Phillipsburg High School is presenting “Bye, Bye, Birdie” this upcoming weekend. I took some rehearsal photos on Wednesday. This shot is a warm up exercise. Sit back, relax and get ready to see more Birdie photos for the next several days!
While on a routine fire photography call today, at the end while they were cleaning up, I asked the chief to go help his son. They both turned around and gave me this quick family portrait.
On the left is the current Chief Joe Mecsey III and his son Joe Mecsey IV, Captain
Well it’s almost April but despite bright sunshine, today was quite breezy and on the continued cool side.
Despite all this the daffodils still remember its spring and are giving it a go.
Pat just before her wedding poses for some shots. 89/365
Pat & Arden's Wedding
Still working on the post processing of the photos. I like this one showing a close up of him holding her while showing her ring.
I had the pleasure today of photographing Pat & Arden’s Wedding. Here is their first dance together as husband and wife.
What’s that old saying?
Bacon and Eggs Steady Your Legs
I hope that’s true because then I’ll be rock solid today!
I had the pleasure of going to see “Avenue Q” last night at the State Theatre. The trip there was accompanied by rain, then sleet and snow and a thunderstorm! On the way out we were greeted by snow and a slushy accumulation on the sidewalks.
When will the madness stop! 2.8” of additional snow overnight. Geez. I guess I put out the flag too soon!!
Not much of the old Laneco is still left standing. The rubble on the left was being ground up by a machine off camera on the left. Two large cranes were working on the new Wal-Mart and many other construction vehicles were bussing around taking advantage of nice spring weather before more un-spring like weather returns tomorrow…