Author Archives: Jonathan
Talia hit up 2 pumpkin patches this year. One had a lot of pumpkins but wasn’t very interesting (Central Market). The other had very few pumpkins, but they were spread around lots of interesting scenes (Cross Plants & Produce). I … Continue reading
Due to family reasons I won’t get into here, Sarah’s been in Oklahoma for the past several weeks, for a total planned stay of a month. Because that’s obviously a long time for me and Talia to be missing her, … Continue reading
Last weekend, we set out to take Talia’s bluebonnet pictures. We drove up the road to the school with the nice mini-hill where we took last year’s pictures, but alas there were no flowers, so we failed. Then we drove … Continue reading
As you probably know, when we humans are all super-young-like, we learn a lot about the world by watching and mimicking our parents. So this morning, and this evening, Sarah and I decided to model some behavior to help Talia … Continue reading
When I decided to start pursuing photography, my mom told me that she was in possession of several lenses that had belonged to my grandfather, and offered to let me have them. I didn’t know enough at the time to … Continue reading
We’ve been bad about doing any kind of updating on here (and I won’t make promises that we’ll do better anytime soon), but here’s a morsel of a post, with a very happy (and surrounded) Talia!
Every year it’s the same routine. Sarah comes to me one morning and announces that we’ll spend the next weekend putting up and decorating the tree. I whine and moan about how long that’s going to take, and probably dampen … Continue reading
A side-effect of Talia not being great at tear generation yet is that she often ends up with the classic “single tear” that just tugs at your heartstrings. Here is a particularly good example.
Through various family and friend engagements, we ended up alone with Talia for her first Thanksgiving. For some crazy reason, we decided to go ahead and try to make a traditional(ish) Thanksgiving meal, figuring that we’d end up with some … Continue reading
Since a) family keeps asking me to post more pictures, and b) Sarah keeps referencing that the “good” pictures are on my camera in need of processing, here’s a post of some of those “good” pictures (unprocessed).