Another retrospective shot: September 18th this year, Minsk.
It was a very long day. Probably the longest day of the year… for I’ve moved to Atlanta and Margaret stayed in Minsk. I’ll have to file for her visa from the States. There are a few heartbreaking photos of our last minutes together at the MSQ, but who needs
No street band is complete without an accordion. No relocation is complete without leaving things behind. Big news are a-coming.
Not as big as me an Margaret getting married, but still larger than life.
One checkout lane at the grocery store wasn’t working, and the clerks were busy trying to figure out what’s wrong with it… They forgot to plug in a cash register. Really.
On my way home after a wonderful day of mini-sessions, stopped by the mall and saw this dog. Judging by expression on his face, he’s been waiting too long…
Just a quick jump on our way home. Margaret’s jumping project gives me a great testing ground for various ultralight kits. Today it was small camera and a teeny weeny matchbox sized external flash. Total setup time was about 40 seconds.
As I was walking by, this girl noticed my camera… And instinctively did a few poses from the typical repertoire of a pro model.
A tent shop selling school supplies right in the geographic center of Minsk.
Here I am, researching the phenomenon that I call “bokeh noodling”, and there’s a doggie waiting for the owner at a grocery store. Whistling and other noises that humans typically make around dogs did not get any attention from this one. But when I whispered “noodles”…