Another amazing view of another amazing room.
Today I’ll be in Philadelphia, PA working on some special architectural images. Before the trip I thought it’d be a good idea to head over to Union Station and get a little practice in. Unfortunately there was no water in the fountain. Fortunately, you can always count on birds to make for a cooler looking image.
Again, I was going through some of my older pics and found this one. Right now the Capitol dome is under construction and all this beauty is covered by tarp. Can’t wait until the work is done and to tour the Capitol again. It’s one of those places that you can’t help but go “Wow”. I think my favorite part of this room is all the windows. They bring in so much light that really gives the room life.
Just got home from a quick get-away with Andrew and Frankie in Baltimore. It was nice to do something different over the weekend. We’re usually running a whole bunch house errands or have some kind of social event. This weekend we took the time for ourselves and spent some great quality time together.
This was on top Federal Hill right before we left. It was crazy windy and I’m so appreciated of my guys for hanging out with me while I was out doing what I love. But the last stop was Jack and Zach Food. Seriously the best pancakes ever.
You gotta get new stuff when you get a new camera
I bet you didn’t know I’m a certified scuba diver. Yup! Andrew and I got certified right before we left for this trip. We had gone scuba diving a few times before this trip and every time we had to go through that introductory class and it’s always the same information plus it’s kinda boring. So we took the plunge and became certified!
I took these with my little canon point and shoot camera. I don’t even remember what it was called but I do remember getting the underwater housing from Amazon. It was this cute house that was mostly clear but had teal blue buttons all over
HOLY MOLY! I feel like I hit the jackpot. The other day I was going through some old images trying to look for a particular one when I found a folder labeled “Thailand 2009″. An instant smile went on my face as soon as I opened the folder.
In 2009, Andrew and I went to visit his sister, Audrey, who had just joined the Peace Corp in Thailand. It was an amazing trip from Chiang Mai, Bangkok to Phuket. I thought it would be fun to share some of the images with you. Mind you that this was pre-Angela B. Pan Photography days. All these were shot for fun but for all you photographers out there- they were shot in automatic and jpg
How awesome is that! I loved look at these images again. It bought back so many fun memories. But theres still more to come tomorrow. Part II of Thailand.
Let me know in the comments. Did you like this post? Would you be interested in seeing more of my older images (pre-Angela B Pan Photography days?).
I love mornings like this. Seriously, is there a better way to start off the day? I don’t think so. Theres something about a beautiful spring morning that makes you feel so good. Even when you’re stuck in traffic and really don’t want to go to work, how could you be upset when you’re looking at this amazingness?
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all my irish and non-irish friends