knock knock blog

Bryan was telling me about this documentary photography class that he is taking. His first assignment was to meet a complete stranger and photograph them inside their house. I thought is sounded like fun so I decided to give it a try. It’s not quite as gnarley of an assignment here as it is in NYC, so Bryan gets way more props. Can’t wait to see what he did with it. Here’s what I got.

I can’t remember her name. I’m not so great on the journalistic end, but she was 91 years old.

She was extremely hard of hearing, so even yelling in her ear I couldn’t get much across.

She had lots of black angels decorating her house.

She was a very nice lady

Kristen found this kitten dying out on the street, so we took it in and tried to save it, but it was too far gone. RIP kitty.

I bought a bling filter.


I took a little vacation with the family and Kristen down to Okefenokee Swamp. It was a great trip, but I am definitely not real big on wildlife photography and don’t have any of the right equipment do do it… But of course I took pictures anyway.

Gators in abundance

If you didn’t know already, I hate spiders, and these 5 inch bastards were EVERYWHERE. My dad shot this photo with a fisheye lens… Which means he was about an inch away from it.

These little guys were all over too, but I was cool with them.

We took out canoes most of the time, but I didn’t want to take my camera on a canoe so we took out the motor boat once.

65 year old hand stand. That is what 30 years of miso will do for you.

Last night wine and basket case.