365: Week 2!
January 8: There's no ice cream cone in the world that won't be just a little better if you jam an Andes mint into it.
January 9: I know what you're thinking. In his left hand is the iPod, in his right hand is, obviously, the camera. How is he steering the car?
That's why knees were invented.
January 10: A family portrait, courtesy of the Wii Fit Plus. From left to right: Emma, Matt, Sharon, Jordan and Me. Chris. Duh.
January 11: In Utah, in the winter, we often end up with a temperature inversion. This means that the temperatures up at the ski resorts are actually higher than they are down here in the valley. It makes for some extremely poor air quality -- so bad that the kids have to stay in from recess. This past week, Salt Lake has had the worst air in the country.
There is one good side effect though: the hazy, smoggy fog leaves these ice crystals all over everything. If I had to choose between beauty and breathing, I'll choose breathing, but when I don't have a choice...
January 12: This is my sister-in-law, Pam. Many of you already know her from her blog No Ordinary Life. She and her family are currently living in Germany, but Pam is in town this week for a family wedding. She had nothing to do, and I'm unemployed, so Tuesday we shot some pictures.
January 13: Three thousand dollars worth of ivory. Jordan got her braces off today. And immediately began to ingest all the things that have been prohibited for the last year and a half.
January 14: I'm actually shooting the family wedding today, and was planning to use one of those photos as my daily picture. Then I realized that I wouldn't get it up until late tonight, and that just won't do!
This is part self portrait, part shameless plug. This is the sign on the rear window of my car. My new "business venture." I am Five Olives Photography! (And it was too cold to get out of my car.)
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