Last year, we photographed Isa and Brian with their dog-child, Molly, at Jupiter Beach. Such a nice family. This year, Molly the beach pro helped her new “little brother” Asher get his sea legs with the foursome’s first visit to the shore as a family. Of course, Molly just wanted to play ball. But she was was very patient as Asher got to feel sand on his toes, the splash of the water and the sounds of the waves. Such a great time; such a lovely family. Thanks again, Isa and Brian (and of course, lady Molly) for having me capture a wonderful “first” for your family. May it be just one of many to come.
The first time I met this guy, he was two weeks before his bar mitzvah, pulling on his aunt’s hair at the dinner table… That being my wife’s hair, naturally I wanted to beat him. Now he’s all grown up, owns and runs an amazing South American boutique tour company and has brought a wonderful woman into our family’s lives. Now they both live in Peru, but since his mom and dad and the rest of the family live in the US, they held their wedding at a place where it seems Peru and all of South America and the Caribbean are just a drink order away. Together with friends from around the world, they shared their vows and celebrated the uniting of two families once worlds apart, now together as family. And yes, this was the day before Passover. Next year in Machu Picchu?
It’s Santa’s favorite Christmas-time treat — posing with, and being licked up by, the pets. The annual Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League pet photos with Santa event at CityPlace benefits their adoption efforts and is sponsored in part by WRMF-FM.
All donors received a free photo (and lick) with Santa. If you participated, here’s how to get your free photo: find your pet’s photo by scrolling through, or clicking on the images in this gallery below. When you find the image you want, click on it to see it larger, and then close it, Hold your mouse over the thumbnail image to see the image # — it will be “Santa_##.” Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know which photo # you want and I’ll send you a digital copy for your small printing and holiday card needs. Those photos will not have a watermark or logo. I cannot do extensive photo manipulation on these — only cropping and exposure.
If you are interested in multiple images, you may purchase them at: www.tbphoto.instaproofs.com, where digital downloads and prints are available for a discounted rate. Just enter your email and look for the PAARL Pet Photos with Santa event. Select images, downloads and sizes, and pay by credit card.
Thanks to Lauren, the staff, and all the volunteers at the PAARL for such a great, well-run event. Thanks, as always, to Jennifer and her staff at WRMF-FM for all the help, love and support they show the dogs and for giving us great shout-outs.
If you missed this event, or are interested in your own photo session, there’s still time for for our fun photo-playdate sessions, and to make photo cards that say “Woof!” Give me a call — anyone who books a session with an animal adopted from anywhere in Palm Beach County over the last 2 years, gets a collection of free images with their session. Happy Howl-idays!
Extra Touch Flowers on Clematis Street and he donned his sharpest biz-cashz duds and got busy! Fortuately, the weather cooperated enough to do the deed; bride-to-be Hetal was VERY happy (see above), and we were off to the beach.
Being a summer’s day in South Florida, the rain had to make a show of it, but our couple-to-be was undaunted in their love. We shot through the raindrops and even under a few.
Finally warming up with a celebratory libation at Bradley’s, our couple truly looked like two kids in love, ready to tie the knot. Next stop — Dallas and from there, a full traditional wedding in India. Good things can happen when you’re in love — even in the rain. Congratulations to a great couple!