We recently took a trip to South Dakota for a final family reunion of my mother’s family.
My wife has always been a Boston Bruin fan so when they made it to the Stanley Cup finals, being the middle of June, we couldn’t stand idly by and watch from the comfort of our own igloo, it was already starting to melt. So we decided to make the trek down to the beautiful city of Boston.
When a family with twelve new little ones approached us for a photo session, who are we to say no? Even if they are of the feathered variety, all are welcome at SVphotography. After a pre-shoot consultation (included for all photo sessions), we decided that photos would look better in a natural setting, so we opted for the meadow behind our home instead of indoors at our studio.
I usually open the lid on the skimmer basket rather slowly with cautious trepidation for fear of what I might discover. But I wasn’t prepared for what I found recently, as I headed out to the freshly opened pool to check the skimmer basket.
When my wife’s father was retiring, they chose a cruise to celebrate, so who am I to say no? And it wasn’t just any cruise ship…it was Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas.
There’s a tree in this corn field that I would drive by daily. It sits up on a slight hill and from my vantage point it looks like there is nothing else behind it.
I have never been to Miami Beach before, so on a recent trip to catch a Cruise leaving from Fort Lauderdale, we decided to spend a couple of days at Miami Beach.
Where I enter the park, there is a lone maple tree with large reaching branches and in the fall, the yellow colours are absolutely brilliant especially in contrast to the dark colour of the bark.
It started with a dam being built and pretty soon after a lodge was raised. When living in the city, it’s amazing to see wildlife quite literally right outside your door. On early morning walks, you could witness the beaver having a snack and gnawing on a tree or branch somewhere, it was beautiful.
After a tumultuous last couple of days, I’ve finally had a chance to put some thoughts of the happenings of the last couple of days down and got some pictures ready as well.