I love the snow. Maybe it’s because I grew up in Colorado, maybe it’s because snow seems to silence everything, or maybe it’s because it’s so much fun to play in. Well, one thing’s for sure, Vincent and Carmine enjoyed the snow today.
It’s taken me quite awhile, but I’ve finally completed panoramas and little planets from Emily and Rich’s wedding festivities. I took a few pictures at the rehearsal dinner in Boulder, and one panorama at our house in Englewood. Here’s what we’ve got … enjoy!
Check out the set on Flickr here.
I have been slaving away, trying to finish scanning, editing, and uploading everything I have from the 1970s. I’m happy to say I have finally finished (with what I’ve got)! I’m very excited. I had a lot of fun working on the 1970s. It’s when mom graduated from both high school and from college, when Carrie was born, when Carl was born, when I was born, when mom and dad met, when they got married, when they took their honeymoon, and when they bought their first house. In order to see everything, you’ll need to log in to Flickr (I’ve got the stuff protected … for now).
Please head over to Flickr and take a peak at what I’ve got. Here’s the link: Family History - The 1970s
And, just for fun, here are a couple of my favorite pictures. Enjoy!
On March 20, 2009 Laura and I did a photo shoot in honor of some custom pillows my mom made us and our incredible and awesome Ron Burgundy yellow chairs. It was a fiesta and a half.
Wild that this article is on the front page of Wired.com today, considering I just uploaded my grandfather’s photos from World War II to Flickr two days ago. I’m amazed that there are people out there (archivists - a title I love) working on things similar to what I enjoy doing. Now, if only I could get paid to do it :) That’s my next task …
Here’s a sample from the Flickr Photostream: