• Best Friends  &  Daughters

Best Friends & DaughtersFebruary 11, 2016

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I spent a gorgeous afternoon last Fall visiting with my best friend and her daughter.  We only had 20 minutes to capture something special but the love runs deep here.  Time stands still when we are together and I am reliving my childhood while marveling at the beauty of these two women.  The gift of friendship is priceless!

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Holiday 2015January 8, 2016

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Autumn in New England-Happy Thanksgiving!November 24, 2015

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Annual New Canaan Turkey Trot for the HomelessNovember 23, 2015

This was the second year that my son ran in the New Canaan Turkey Trot to benefit the Open Door Shelter.  The number of entrants doubled from last year’s which is great since it’s a fundraiser.  This year it was held on the cross country trails at Waveny Park.  It’s an event that I enjoy photographing since it involves everyone from little kids to seasoned pros and mature (extremely fit) adults.  He came in 4th overall and won first place for his age group, wow!  You can see pictures from this event here.

New Canaan Turkey Trot

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Tomato HarvestSeptember 9, 2015

This was my first year planting a vegetable garden.  I chose some fairly unique varieties of tomatoes simply because I liked the way they look.  I’m sure that I made plenty of mistakes like planting too many, not staking them well enough and letting them get too leggy.  Needless to say, I’m enjoying my beautiful tomatoes!  I made the most gorgeous salsa and am going to try drying some next.

Tomato Harvest

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