Visitors in town…

Our cousins are out for the week, and it has been such a blast having them here with us!  EP has been having a great time playing and making close friends with them, as well as learning to share with everything he has come to know and term as “mine”.  Good times.  Below are a few images from an afternoon session today, as well as bath time the other night with ALL the cousins having fun in the tub!

The other visitor this week is my new Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II.  The above images, as well as those below were all taken on this new body, and there will be more to come!  I have soooooo many images to post from the last week of both EP and other fall scenes that I might forget some stuff, as well as a new page on my blog devoted to Seminary intramurals for those who are interested to see what I’ve been photographing on Saturday morning!

  • November 6, 2008 - 2:36 am

    alisa - more! more!

  • November 6, 2008 - 10:55 pm

    Bryan Rupp - Joel these shots look great man! I like the top shot where all of the children are kind of tied in a knot. You’re getting some beautiful colors on the East coast. I’m a little bit jealous of your new camera, but very excited for you! Seeing the golf course and the canal bring back great memories of “Cross Country Extravaganza 2008! ” YEA! Miss you man.

  • November 13, 2008 - 10:57 pm

    June Kuitert - Joel, your photos are gorgeous. We had the most amazing fall colors this fall in Oregon, but you really capture the color. Some day I want to travel to the east coast in the fall and see the colors. Seren is my daughter, Krystal’s, best friend and we are following their travels. Nice to be able to stop and see family. The kids tied in a knot was adorable. I love those little guys. Thanks for taking care of our sweet Oregon friends!!! June

  • November 14, 2008 - 11:32 am

    Daniel Escher - Those kids are really going to appreciate the bathtub pic – especially when they bring home a date in high school. Nothing spells embarrassment like…

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