Head on over to Classic Bride today to revisit one of my favorite San Francisco City Hall elopements & you might want to linger for a bit – Sarah’s revamped the blog a bit & it’s easier to navigate through all the pretty images she features. It’s always such an honor to be featured on one of my most favorite blogs & even more so when someone who sees thousands of weddings a day remembers and re-features one that we did!
They’re not really TV doctors, actually, but don’t they look like it? These are a few stock photos I recently shot for Golden Gate Urgent Care. If you are in San Francisco and you find yourself in need of an ER, I cannot say enough nice things about these doctors. I was lucky enough to meet them when I wasn’t sick (although my instagram feed featuring these folks confused a few people, including my Mom, who all thought I was actually in the ER and taking pictures – I assure you all, as much as I love photography, that’s the last thing I’d do in that situation) and I couldn’t get over how genuinely nice and caring they were. I also think they look pretty great in their new photos too.
I hope you all are doing well. I’m finally returning to this little blog and the editing room after a little time off.
Hi everyone – I’m taking a little vacation this week (I’ll be around but stepping away from the blog for a few days). In the meantime, here’s a few photos from a family reunion I did recently – I just love and adore this family (do you recognize Baby Stella??).
The internet tells me it’s international cat day, and articles showcasing the mysterious lives of cats are making their way around my web feeds. They all make me think of Walter (correctly pronounced Wal-Tah, when referring to Walter the cat), who was the sweetest cat who ever walked this planet. Walter didn’t belong to me, he was my friend’s cat, but I adored him. When she’d go on vacation, I’d babysit him, and we’d spend quality time together. He liked to watch crummy television with me (he was really partial to the Real Housewives of Orange County), and he was also a gem about posing for photos from time to time. In this one, he’s really got the “smize” down (he also liked Top Model a lot). Sadly, Walter died a few years ago from heart problems, and I still miss the little guy. He loved people, and he loved to curl up on your shoulder and keep you company. I hope he’s off playing on a big farm somewhere.
Happy Friday, everyone! So glad it’s the weekend again. Hope you have wonderful plans lined up. Here’s this week’s roundup of links:
* I think almost everyone has seen Misty Copeland’s awesome ad, but in case not, here it is again.
* Stories like this make me misty.
* Along those lines, this is a fabulous movie that I completely missed when it was out.
* Shifting gears, everyone is getting into Instagram it seems, even the TSA with photos of items it confiscates. It’s pretty fascinating, if not pretty.
* For a light read, Emily Giffin is one of my favorite authors & this is a fun interview with her.
* I’m always a fan of photorealism.
* Things San Franciscans say – this cracked me up (way too true).