Father and Daughter, Elizabeth Park

This seems to be the one of the more popular photos I’ve posted this year. Here’s a slightly more romantic version of it. I have a 24×18 @ 300dpi source file for making large prints if so desired.

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Father and Daughter, Elizabeth Park, 2012

Bellingham Air Museum

I like the phrase “starter crank.” I loved planes as a boy, but now I’m bitter about the symbolism. Is this an attempt to poke at jingoism? I love the tone of the shiny metal, truly.

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HIgher res available.

Photos, March and April 2012

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In the laundry boat:

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And they even get along quietly. Ellie really likes to play in the yard:

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Liam loves to climb anything, and here’s a shot where he wasn’t a ham for just a moment:

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And Jesse is getting back into riding his run bike:

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And Jason was kind enough to take a picture of me touring New Belgium brewery:

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Jason and Jennifer:

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Cole and Kaylee

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And over to Portland, we see an attack hug in process:

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And Liam and Jesse dressed up for tweed ride:

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And the Reynolds clan at the PDX tweed ride:

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And…chickens!

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And Jesse and Jed enjoy a computer game at OMSI:

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Lego masters:

 

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Bark, Bellingham, 2010-01-31

This was a rainy weekend walk, where again I risked my camera. I wasn’t too worried, it’s a pretty tuff camera and it’s not too fragile a lens. Anyhow, it was the 28MM F5 Vivitar tank. It’s actually quite good at close ups. Almost all the pictures I’ve uploaded have been hand held at 100 ISO.

Bark, Bellingham, 2010-01-31

Bark, Bellingham, 2010-01-31

Print version.