It has been a long hard fight to keep this company from stripping our beautiful hills and turning it into another ugly pit along the I15 freeway. Finally after 7 LONG years We won!!!! WHOOT WHOOT!
Have to make sure those shark teeth are good and gory. Just a few final touches.
Look at that little spaghetti face. Toooooo cute! It looks like lunch was very yummy!!
Do they ever grow up??? In the backyard pluncking away at some newspaper targets with the latest toys. At least they aren't shooting at my critters, domestic or wild. That is the good news!
A wonderful day down at the pier, spending time with my brother. It was a great day to catch some waves and a great day to capture some photos. There were plenty of "Hot-dogger's" out.
Restored this old photo of my inlaws. They were quite a couple. They have been gone many years now but I still have very fond memories. Some rough times getting used to each other in the beginning but really learned about family and fell in love with all the Marascos over the years.
Boys will be boys with their guitars being wild and crazy.
A couple of months ago my baby brother discovered some of our dad's old artwork and became curious about his own ability. He said he had never tried to draw anything before. He discovered that he liked it and I talked him into creating a Graffitti Wall in my new studio as a crazy backdrop on one wall. He is amazing!!!
Went to my construction shoot and borrowed my daughter's fisheye lens. I am sure the Architect wants to see photos of nice straight beams... soooooo I shot regulars for him and fun twisted ones for my delight.
I love to blow these and watch them float through the air. Most adults worry that they are going to land in the yard and make more "weeds" but if you see them as flowers and enjoy them... No Problem!!
One of my multitude of critter friends at home here on this property. Today I walked down to pick the last few persimmons before they drop to the ground. As I walked back with my basket we saw this little guy sunning himself on this stump. I stopped to take his photo. He was such a cooperative little guy.
Melancholy day thinking about days gone by. Our time not in sync, on different planes, and dimensions and yet really never too far. Forever a part of one another.