A doe and her fawn made their way into my yard this evening looking for a place to hide out from the horde of hunters out there looking to score some venison for their Winter stews. Well my family had just pulled up into the yard and momma deer was not moving. I was inside having just getting home from work and the phone rang, "Honey, come and open the door, there is a deer outside and we can't get in....., but do it quietly. I don't won't you to spoke her." Needless to say, I grabbed my trusty Canon 7D and my 70 - 200 and went downstairs to capture this beast up close and personal. By the time I made it to the door, she had moved into the backyard. I open the front door let everyone in and set up in the kitchen. The backyard was dark and it was difficult to see the deer and her fawn. I cranked my ISO up to 4000 and opened the aperture to 2.8. They spent most of the night with us, in the safety of my yard. By morning they were gone.
Today I had the opportunity to photography a wonderful couple who had been together 21 years before this their blessed wedding day. I meet family and friends from near and far. Their children were an absolute delight. There's a lot of love in this family and it shows in the photos I took.
A few pics from Geena and A J's baby shower. A few of Geena's coworker threw her a small baby shower. I just so happened to be in the area with my camera.
Every year the members of Washington Suburban Sanitary Comm WCSG's Analyst Unit get together to reflect on a great year of providing world class service to the community. The Unit Coordinator sponsors the event as an appreciation to his team. Thank you to everyone involved and every member of the team. Here are just a few of the pictures from the event.
Behind the scene of my photobook project. Working with Tynisha "Summer" Dennis (CD/Hair), Bionca Perez (MUA) and Tawana Vines ( Hair).
One of the greatest things I had an opportunity to experience with my father were the days when we went the the Barbershop and got haircuts. The conversation, the debates and discussions between barbers and patrons alike, sort of a right of passage for any young African American male looking to learn what it means to be a man.
I enjoy the times that I get to spend with my sons as they get their haircuts. As they get get to spend the time in the chair, getting to know one of the people that will be with them before their baptism, first date, graduation, and most likely their weddings (which I will not be shooting).
Definitely a time to cherish..
The Holidays are here and time for family and friends to get together. Also time for those cherised moments with young and old.
I myself visited my mother with my family in South Carolina. We had a great time seeing family that we hadn't seen in a long time. Everyboby looking good.