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Guanajuato Mexico what a romantic city you are--filled with colorful alleys, old cobblestone roads, and music in every corner. Walking around town was not only a visual delight, but also culinary treat. From the street vendors to establishment, all we did was take...read more
Driving through New Mexico was curiously beautiful. During our trip we experienced wide range of weather from eerie ice storm to Martini dry weather. Of all the places we loved exploring Petroglyph National MonumentM in Albuquerque. The hike was seamless, quiet, and filled with petroglyphs!read more
In December of 2003 I saw a photo of people at a beach enjoying a campfire and each other’s company right as the sun was setting. The shot was framed by the suicide door opening of the brand new model called Honda Element. I was immediately captured by the photo. Then I found out it had an iPod hook up and polyurethane floor and that was it! Right then I had a connection with the Element and understood the power of photography.read more
There is something to be said about effort and its reward. Little over a month we decided to do a family photo shoot, but due to life and its sense of humor it almost did not happen. Then we finally got a exhale of a break. Saturday morning from eight to nine was the small sliver of time we both were able to agree and boom!read more
“Wow!” is the first word that come into my mind when thinking of the engagement photo shoot I did for Adam and Kim. They are both so energetic, funny, and engaging–and not to mention their dog who equally had a role. We did our shoot in Jarrettsville Maryland. Kim choose this place because she heard of the vast field of sunflowers and vast it was, more like an infinite ocean of sunflowers.read more
When I lived in Page, Arizona there was this one spot I loved going after work. The locals called in Beer Can Hill or . There I would go for long walks in solitude, ponder about many things, wrap myself in its silence, and keep on walking–sometimes at hours at end. Also, when I had to make a call that spot had the best cell reception. I called this rock my communication rock, allowed me to connect to the external world as well as my internal. I sincerely miss taking my evening stroll there.read more
This is an oldie, but a goodie. Last night I was cleaning and organizing my Lightroom and found this from March of 2013. It is my first photography session with Majer Metal Works. They were installing a steel reception desk at RE/MAX Sails in Baltimore. I tagged along with them to capture the installation process and the final product. Who know this would be a start of a beautiful relationship.read more