Last Build Date: Tue, 11 May 2010 12:21:08 GMT
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Our beautiful little girl was born on 09.29.09 -- a month early... weighing 4 pounds, 15 ounces. She is the sweetest, most amazing baby ever. Julie and I are truly blessed.
We see lots of wildlife around our house. Depending on the time of year, we have deer, turkeys, skunks, groundhogs, foxes, even a bear was spotted a couple of years ago. We often feel very blessed to be able to share our property with these creatures. Unfortunately, one has overstayed his welcome.
It's not this cute little fawn seen here, but rather a groundhog who has made his home underneath our front steps. He has dug a hole beneath the cement foundation that leads to our front door, and we're not thrilled. We've heard stories of ruined patios and weakened foundations due to the burrowing of these feisty little fellows.
I guess we need to find someplace that'll rent us a trap so we can offer him some relocation assistance.
she's beautiful, intelligent, hilarious, talented, graceful, generous, thoughtful, patient, compassionate, dependable, supportive, and friggin' awesome.
did i mention she's friggin' awesome?
another shot from our italy trip. for those who don't know, the ponte vecchio was the only bridge in florence which survived the second world war... supposedly a direct order from hitler. the shops along the bridge used to be butchers but are now mostly jewelers.
it's been almost two months since i've posted anything. i'm gonna stop saying how lame i am 'cause it's getting old.
this is from our honeymoon in italy. we spent three days in siena - just wandering around and taking it all in. if you're ever traveling in italy, siena is definitely not to be missed.
happy new year to everyone. let's make 2008 the greatest year ever.
i shot this the other day here in ithaca. rumor has it that snow is in the forecast... bring it on.
here's the first image from our honeymoon in italy. this was in siena while julie was walking ahead of me. the light at this spot was amazing in the evening. i tried to recreate this moment the next day, but it just wasn't the same.
julie and i went to italy on our belated honeymoon a few weeks ago. this shot is not from that trip, but i plan to share some of those photos soon (let's see what "soon" actually means these days).
as the title indicates, this is an ibis. i know, his feathers are overexposed... ah well.