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"I wouldn’t even want to count the number of families I have served in my nine years as a volunteer for Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, and every session is different. There’s no one way to approach these other than to just walk in, show love and compassion, and capture what you need to capture knowing that this is all the family will have.  For the most part, I do really well hiding behind the camera to get my job done. Sometimes I cry with the family if I keep my camera down too long. It’s…

"I wouldn’t even want to count the number of families I have served in my nine years as a volunteer for Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep, and every session is different. There’s no one way to approach these other than to just walk in, show love and compassion, and capture what you need to capture knowing that this is all the family will have. For the most part, I do really well hiding behind the camera to get my job done. Sometimes I cry with the family if I keep my camera down too long. It’s…

The Moment (C-Train)    This photo was taken around midnight on a Brooklyn-bound C Train. The son was sprawled out on his father’s lap, sleeping. The father was cradling the boy’s head in his hands. It was a pretty touching scene, and I wanted to photograph it, but I was very tired myself and I wasn’t sure how much I’d be able to capture from such a close distance. Then suddenly, the father lifted his son into a sitting position, and leaned in so they were touching faces. [...]

The Moment (C-Train) This photo was taken around midnight on a Brooklyn-bound C Train. The son was sprawled out on his father’s lap, sleeping. The father was cradling the boy’s head in his hands. It was a pretty touching scene, and I wanted to photograph it, but I was very tired myself and I wasn’t sure how much I’d be able to capture from such a close distance. Then suddenly, the father lifted his son into a sitting position, and leaned in so they were touching faces. [...]

"Sleepy Eyes" Verraux's Eagle Owl Kruger National Park, South Africa  I love being able to make a photographic opportunity out of something that many people will dismiss or drive by. This Verreaux's Eagle Owl was sleeping in a tree in the northern reaches of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, back in August of 2011. It was my first proper sighting of this owl in Kruger, as I normally find them often in the Kalahari. What do you think of this one?  This is part of my ...

"Sleepy Eyes" Verraux's Eagle Owl Kruger National Park, South Africa I love being able to make a photographic opportunity out of something that many people will dismiss or drive by. This Verreaux's Eagle Owl was sleeping in a tree in the northern reaches of the Kruger National Park in South Africa, back in August of 2011. It was my first proper sighting of this owl in Kruger, as I normally find them often in the Kalahari. What do you think of this one? This is part of my ...

kid's room (Photo: A quiet moment, snapped by Brent while I danced Arlo to sleep last weekend.)  Friday Links.  This is the coolest website that shows photos of places around San Francisco from long ago. Check out this photo of our first apartment building (it’s the one on the left) in San Francisco, taken in 1927.  DIY of the day: How to wrap a headscarf  Two lovely blogs to wander through: Ivey Nest & Dear Photograph  I love this blogger’s take on matching mama & baby shoes - Everly and I

kid's room (Photo: A quiet moment, snapped by Brent while I danced Arlo to sleep last weekend.) Friday Links. This is the coolest website that shows photos of places around San Francisco from long ago. Check out this photo of our first apartment building (it’s the one on the left) in San Francisco, taken in 1927. DIY of the day: How to wrap a headscarf Two lovely blogs to wander through: Ivey Nest & Dear Photograph I love this blogger’s take on matching mama & baby shoes - Everly and I

The Sleep of the Long Exposures Reveal Movements of Sleeping Couples:  German photographer Paul Schneggenburger created this photo series, entitled The Sleep of the Beloved, in which he features the movements and motions of loving couples as they sleep.

The Sleep of the Long Exposures Reveal Movements of Sleeping Couples: German photographer Paul Schneggenburger created this photo series, entitled The Sleep of the Beloved, in which he features the movements and motions of loving couples as they sleep.

Gorgeous duvet cover set with photographic print featuring Bob the dog.Available in single bed standard UK size and in king size. Bob loves sniffing around, walking, not listening and stealing sandwiches from the kitchen sink. But most of all Bob loves sleeping. All curled up on top of his owners’ warm and soft duvet. If it were up to him, he’d lie there all day. And all night for that matter. Sof to the touch, this high quality breathable 100% cotton bed set feature a duvet cover and…

Gorgeous duvet cover set with photographic print featuring Bob the dog.Available in single bed standard UK size and in king size. Bob loves sniffing around, walking, not listening and stealing sandwiches from the kitchen sink. But most of all Bob loves sleeping. All curled up on top of his owners’ warm and soft duvet. If it were up to him, he’d lie there all day. And all night for that matter. Sof to the touch, this high quality breathable 100% cotton bed set feature a duvet cover and…

To the mean stranger who judged my parenting abilities …thank you - Kidspot

To the mean stranger who judged my parenting abilities …thank you - Kidspot

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