Lael’s Grandpa

If you visit very often you’ve probably figured out I’d rather be behind the camera than in front of it. However, it has become a tradition to bring cameras for any of the grandkids who would like to take pictures, and, on this trip, it was Lael who wanted to use the Canon SX 60HS.

I’m still editing most of the shots she took, but I particularly liked these two shots because they were the kind of portraits I used to try to get Yearbook students to take.

Ironically, this shot of me taking a picture of a huge fallen Redwood probably does a better job of showing just how big it was than the shot I ended up taking.

I like this shot enough that I may have to substitute it for my Facebook portrait that Zoe took a few years ago.

I still have a hard time identifying that old guy that greets me in the mirror every morning, but I’m pretty sure this is me.

2 thoughts on “Lael’s Grandpa”

  1. Wonderful portraits of you. I’m surprised by the gray-haired lady who greets me every morning in the mirror as well. Wouldn’t it be wild to live as long as redwoods?

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