My son was involved in a great futsal match that ended in a 3-3 draw. Unfortunately, they lost on penalties.
I just picked up that camera and pressed the shutter. We had to have one of these in the project, right?
This is the top of a picture frame that holds a recent family picture and is displayed on our living room coffee table.
There is a lot of new construction in and around our village. This is the future site of some affordable housing.
I often look up at this tree. Fallen plumeria usually surround it. It sits just outside my studio window.
The kids leave these tiny shells all over the house. I shot this one almost where it sat on our white countertop.
I took a few minutes to shoot tonight just as it started to rain, so I took cover and captured what I could in the dark.
I had a few minutes to walk along the beach tonight looking for shots. One can almost always find something interesting.
There are always "a few more things" to finish up at the studio. Tonight I'm battling technical issues, but pressing on.
I was surprised by how well this toad blends in with the concrete box I found him on tonight. Good camouflage.
No underwater camera gear was required to capture this sea anemone and clown fish art project by my seven year old.
Photographing a mid-day I noticed three different kinds of butterfly. This is the Gulf fritillary; not native to Guam.