The illuminated outline of the Bank of Guam building is reflected here in the calm Hagåtña River.
For the first time in eleven years (as far as we can recall), we have two fully operational vehicles. What a blessing.
Has Daddy put that camera down yet? The answer was no - as usual. But it made for an interesting photo.
There were people, tents, and lights all over the Plaza tonight getting setup for the Micronesia Island Fair.
If a coconut falls to the beach below, break it open and enjoy. That's appears to be what happened here.
After an excellent day at church, I was in the studio late to prep for a day off, which will be much appreciated.
"Honors 1,880 U.S. servicemen and 1,170 CHamorus who died during the invasion, occupation and liberation of Guam."
I like this combination; we have bold colors and fonts, weathering, rust, and little hand written graffiti.
It was "all hands on deck" to complete a Lego Mindstorms project tonight. My son's new favorite thing.
My wife has found she can grow red bell peppers on Guam. They stay pretty small, but have a good taste.
This little girl was so happy to graduate from kindergarten tonight. We are really proud of her.
If I keep a sharp eye in the jungle I can usually find creatures and plants I haven't photographed before.