Now that Oliver has his own digital camera (see Oliver’s birthday post) we will from time to time include some of his images on our blog in an effort to foster his creativity and to share his photography with our … Read More
We have been sooooo busy traveling and shooting the past few weeks, we finally have time to sit down at our computers to post to our blog. We started our travels 3 weeks ago with a Flight from Chicago to … Read More
More from Oliver’s first game. Oliver sitting with his team. Mom watching from the first base side. Taking his position at the mound. Going after a grounder. Waiting for a fly ball. Telling the batter to “hit the … Read More
There are 23 ways a ball player can reach first base, this was Oliver’s first. Thursday Night was Oliver’s first Baseball game he ever played in. After lots of hard practice at home and with his team, the big day … Read More
Oliver turns 8 today. Have a GREAT DAY! The second photo below shows him sporting his new watch and his new camera (for the record, my first camera was a Kodak Instamatic 44, not a Leica like his 🙂 ).
Guess what? It’s 2008 and I just figured out how to put video in a blog post. When I found out today that Cindee and Jim’s theme for their wedding was based on the INXS song “Not Enough Time”, it … Read More
While Terri is away in Denver shooting all week, Oliver and I had to find ways to cope without her. This post is our online postcard to her with a GIANT “Wish You Were Here”. When your day starts at … Read More
We are pleased to announce our brand new website made specifically for our Headshot photography – www.agreatheadshot.com Due to tremendous popularity, demand for our headshot photography has exceeded all of our expectations and we felt it was time for that … Read More
Anyone who has met Oliver is not surprised that he is very tall for his age-given that I am 6″ tall and Eric is 6″3″. I’m sure he is also destined to have big feet-with my size 12 and Eric’s … Read More
Oliver’s artwork this morning seems to have been inspired by a certain “pop” artist’s work we saw several pieces by yesterday. (see yesterday’s post below). Which in turn inspired lunch.