All Hallows' Eve tonight!
In the words of one of my favorite, kitschy super heroes, since a few are sure to be roaming the streets tonight, "Holy strawberries Batman! We're in a jam!"
Well, not really, but I like to over-dramatize sometimes. Here's what I'm getting at: November is tomorrow.
Just let that sink in for a few minutes while I start to panic.
November. is. TOMORROW! Seriously, where does the time go?
So, anyway, you don't need to concern yourself with my ramblings about time. The only thing you need to get from all this is that I've got to set some deadlines for everyone.
November 25 is the last day I can take photos and guarantee delivery before Christmas. And, I've got to tell you, I don't have a lot free time left for sessions between now and then, so if you've been thinking about it, now is the time to contact me.
December 13 will be the last day to order prints in order to have them back in time as well.
I'll have some more updates in the next few weeks. Meanwhile, good luck with the candy gathering tonight!
Just a few pictures from my time away.
The lighthouse at Cape May Point.
The Barnegat Lighthouse, "old Barney", at Long Beach Island, NJ.
416 steps up and 416 steps back down over two lighthouses, two days.
At long last, here are the pictures I promised to post before the end of LAST week... When will I ever learn? At any rate, happy weekend everyone! I'm glad to be back after a much-needed long weekend away, even though it has taken me the rest of the week to catch back up.
This was a lightning-fast (pun intended) mini-session squeezed in before the rain really started coming down through the trees. Despite its brevity, we ended up with some really nice shots for Josh because he knew exactly what he wanted: fall colors and leaves, water in the background. Done and ... done.
Enjoy the rest of senior year, Josh! I hope it doesn't fly by as fast as our time together.
Hey everyone, meet Aaron. Doesn't he have the best smile?
I found that quote above and it seemed appropriate for our afternoon spent on Knapp's Bridge. We didn't have a lot of sunlight to work with, but ...
I hope he doesn't get razzed by the soccer team for me saying that.
I have probably driven past the road to the covered bridge thousands of times and I saw it for the first time this past weekend.
What a piece of history! And so great for photos.
I understand there is even a waterfall if you go back far enough. I'm going to have to go exploring.
Best of luck on the soccer field, Aaron! And a shout out to the rest of the Troy boys... The rest of you will meet another teammate here later this week.