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Limping toward the finish line...
December 3: I swear it's NOT made in Heaven.
This stuff sucked -- but it came in a cool bottle...
December 4: Say hello to Maddie. I was her favorite target at the neighborhood Christmas party (I was also a wise man in the live nativity :).
But Maddie didn't want to throw snowballs at me -- she wanted to throw snow boulders at me.
And she did...
December 5: A couple of Christmas ornaments.
(And a couple of inadvertent self portraits)
December 6: Kinda says it all, doesn't it?
December 7: I love Christmas lights.
(maybe not to the extent of, say, Clark Griswold...)
I love turning off all the other lights, and basking beneath the soft warm glow of the Christmas tree.
December 8: Dawn + rolled down window + camera + 50 mph = this picture.
December 9: "Fun" at the beginning band concert.
December 10: Magi...as interpreted by Jim Shore.
December 11: Eventually I may photograph every decoration in the living room....
December 12: This Sunday afternoon, I was really feeling down. I felt like I hadn't taken a good picture in -- well, it felt like months. So, I determined to get in my car and drive, until something caught my eye.
On my way up the canyon, these gnarly old trees were everywhere.
It's hard to explain to someone else, and I don't know how it is for other photographers, but I feel that everything -- every time, everyplace, every moment -- has a picture locked inside of it.
Like a soul.
I don't always know what I'm going to find, but I always know when I've found it.
I took a hundred pictures of this scene, and eventually, I found it's soul.
December 13: Have I ever told you how much I love my son?
Spending the evening with Matthew at the Jazz game, just the two of us (and 18,000 other fans), was a fantastic night.
December 14: Day number 345.
Actually, let's call it what it really is: Day 710
I am so ready to be done with this little project.
December 15: What it's all about.
December 16: Happy Holidays, from all the people I work with.
I wasn't in the picture.
I was in the middle of the road.
Two more weeks.....