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Cameron and his wife and son.

Cameron and his wife and son.

Week 6 family time.

Spring has sprung here, and there is no better time for families to be out and enjoy the weather.  I was back at the Rock Garden at William Land Park here in Sacramento taking advantage of all of the flowers in bloom.  I wasn’t the only one taking advantage of the day, Continue reading

Daisy

Daisy

Week 5… the late bloomer.

Unlike this Spring, if you can call it Spring because it’s been hot, this post is a late bloomer.  I actually prefer fashionably late, it sounds intentional and has more flare.  My stranger for this week is actually very close to my photography, but in a distant manner. Continue reading

Nikoli

Nikoli

Week 4, just in the “Nik” of time.

So there I was sitting in the house and wondering if I was going to find some one in time for this week.  I had my worst ever bout with allergies this past week, to the point that I took a couple of days off of work and visited the doctor.  Needless to say walking around to find a stranger was not high or even possible this week for the most part.  Anyways back to sitting in the house.  There I was sitting at the table waiting to take my son to his indoor soccer game and a man appeared outside riding his long board skateboard with what turned out to be his young nephew.  I grabbed my camera and said to my self this is your guy.  I walked out my door Continue reading

Karl and his ride

Karl and his ride.

Week 3, fashionably late.

Well at least this photo was taken in week #3.  Just outside of work on my lunch hour I spotted the low rider bicycle across the street, but seriously how could you not notice it!  As I walked across the street he was on the phone and I asked him if I could take his photo he nodded in the affirmative.  I readied my camera looked up Continue reading

Auto-Mania

Maserati Granturismo

Maserati Granturismo

Let’s face it most of us love cars.  Notice I said love not like.  Cars have something that other machines don’t usually have, character.  This is no more apparent than when you get someone talking about their first car, love them or hate them they still had some what of an emotional bond to it.  I would consider my self lucky with my first car, a 64 1/2 Mustang.  I loved that car.  It was my dad’s car and I was fortunate enough to inherit it.  My dad and I worked on that car all of the time, from oil changes to transmission rebuilds and I enjoyed it all because I knew that it would pay off out on the open road.   Continue reading