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I took these pictures last fall on a whim when I stopped by my friend Lonnell’s house to drop off something. He was home with his son and asked if I’d shoot a few pics of the two of them together. I had about 10 minutes before having to be somewhere, so we ran into the yard and took a few quick shots. This spontaneous photo shoot turned out to be my most memorable shoot thus far. Capturing the beautiful interactions between Lonnell and his son, London, was such an incredible moment to be a part of. I felt like I was a part of capturing something that was far deeper than aesthetic beauty–something invisible and intangible, yet nonetheless capturable in a photograph.  This is the kind of photography I hope to be able to continue doing, and get better at.






Camera: Canon t2i

Lens: 24-70 2.8L

Postprocessing: None


Autumn has officially come to an end, and now it’s snowy and cold outside!  I’ve been in finals mode for the past week and a half with still another week to go.  Ahhh!  ‘Tis the life of a student, I suppose. Thankfully, only one more semester of this, and I’ll be finished w/ classes!  (Then a two semester internship to graduate.)  I have every intention of living a more balanced and disciplined life next semester, so hopefully this will mean more regular blog posting…

Well, time to work on another paper, so I will close with a picture of my little Elizabeth (Rick‘s sister) enjoying our last moments of autumn.

Camera: Canon t2i; 24-70mmL

Software: Lightroom 3

Spent the weekend at a funeral, so I didn’t get too festive this halloween, but I did get a snapshot of Rick’s adorable little sister before she went and made the trick or treat rounds.  Isn’t she precious?!?


Camera: Canon t2i; 24-70L

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