Interestingly, one subject shows up in two of my favorites, however, you can’t go wrong with babies!
Coming tomorrow: Top wildlife/pet shots
Top Travel shots
Let’s be honest – nature did 90 percent of the work on these.
Tomorrow: Top Corvallis shots
I don’t know much about my family’s history – just a few stories here and there. Recently my grandma found The Box – you know The Box … the one that has 70 years of long forgotten photo albums and childhood drawings untidily smashed into shoebox in the back of the closet. In the last year during a couple of visits from Aunt Zoe, who lives in Florida, and my cousin Shannon, who lives in Texas, Grandma has brought out the box and explained who’s in each photo and the stories behind the smiles. It’s been fascinating and although I’ve already forgotten many of the details – we video taped the sessions so we’ll be able to keep these memories fresh. I still don’t know squat about my Dad’s family but at least I’m filling in the gaps on the Wilson/Nakunz side.
Here are some new memories created while looking at old.
Before he met my grandma, my grandpa Bud took photos of theaters in every town he visited – he built an entire photo album of theater photos.
Notice the movies and actors on these old marquees.
I can giggle at this all day.
Adam and I took a hike on the East Ridge Trail on Saturday. We only made it to the first switch back before we realized we weren’t wearing the right gear for hiking in snow (we passed a group of guys coming down the trail who were carrying snow shoes).
It was beautiful up there.