Ed and Krista got married on Mt. Tabor in Portland, OR on June 20, 2010
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The last few days of my Spring Break from school I went on a mini day road trip with some friends and former co-workers. We ventured off east to the Dalles and south bound in search for ghost towns in Wasco County.
The first stop happened after driving for two hours in the rain towards the Dalles and heading south on 197. Suddenly we were overwhelmed by the sun and was greeted by this spectacular view. We had to get out and take pictures.
On Christmas day, I few into Oakland airport. Upon arrival, I took various public transportation modes, possible all of which Oakland has to offer to meet my friend Audrey. Between BART and the bus, I had some time to kill. I made it onto the ghostly street of Telegraph and planted myself in the sun light in front of the Fox Theater as I waited for Audrey to call me.
Once I was at Audrey’s house, I relaxed in her small apartment while she decompressed from her recent trip with the family. I have some mixed feelings about Oakland. It has always scared me a bit. Perhaps it is its industrious nature that I wouldn’t expect her back yard to look so rural.
Then there is Ray Ray, Audrey’s cat. He is such a loveable, playful cat. We got along straight away and he was so kind as to model for me. This is one of my favorites:
This was the scene in her room, a few minutes before I departed…
This kitty was taking a nap in the window with the sun beating on his head… The life a cat looks so nice….
I am really blessed by living in my favorite neighborhood in town. This is one of my favorite houses. I wish I could live in it, or at least know the people well enough to have access to hang out inside. For now, I enjoy it from outside along with the elm trees. This was taken in Spring 2009.
This sweet kitten was hanging out in the window sill of an apartment a couple of blocks from my place. The window was open and only the screen seperated us. I coo’d at the kitty and while I put my fingures up to the screen. Pawing back, seemingly confused and frustrated that my touch could not be felt. The feeling was mutual.
Bright yellow house with a storm brewing the back ground, and paper stars in the window to match the clouds.
This is a revision of one of my first digital images. I am pleased with this version and hope to expand on this theme.