Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Thanksgiving break 2007

Spending time in Denver with family was a pallette cleanser of sorts. Below are some photos from that break. They aren't neccessarily good by any means, but they are of family. And isn't that the point? If there's one thing I've learned in this camera-carrying profession, it is to take photos of the ones you love.



Cousin Alec with snow down his back.



A heated debate about stem cells and euthanasia, featuring my Aunt Marcia and Mom.



Cousin Elyse.



A wild and crazy Saturday night at the Lomneths', trading stamps.

4 comments:

Zachami said...

seems like a happy fam to me, oh emo one.

Lizzery said...

You got snow in Denver. Not fair.

gregblobaum said...

http://www.updowntowners.org/events/index.html?topic=detail&type=l&ei=63

saturday, parade at 11, other entertainment starts at 930. it's gonna be cold.

Anonymous said...

"your first 10,000 photographs are your worst"
-henri cartier-bresson
(in a time with no digital. . .)