DC got some snow. So naturally I walked around most of the day and took pictures. In the morning I shot with my two 35mm film cameras. I simply cannot wait to get those negatives back. In the afternoon though I switched to my DSLR and walked around Georgetown. Here are my favorite shots, and keep your eyes open for my film pics coming sometime soon!
Being home for the holidays gave me an excellent opportunity to take some lovely photos of my family. I may be a little biased, but I think they're a good looking bunch.
This holiday season was a rather special one because my little sister got engaged to her boyfriend of 6 and a half years! So she got the opportunity to tell most of our family in person.
The best reveal was to my cousin Kelly, who is a doctor. My dad walked over to Kelly and told her to look at Kristine's finger. Kelly assumed that her medical skills were needed and started asking what was wrong with it. It took a good 30 seconds or so for her to realize it was the fact that there was a ring on it that she was supposed to be paying attention to.
I was able to take a few pictures of all the congratulations and of the happy couple.
Every Christmas Eve is spent with my mom's father's side of the family. I have 8 little cousins on that side, ages 14 and under, and boy are they a riot to shoot. We don't get the chance to get together very often, but still they are all comfortable enough with me to at least not hide from the camera, and at most completely perform for it.
I love all the energy of Christmas Eve with kids. It is just magical. And makes for some really fun photos.
kaitlin k walsh
Adventurer armed with a camera.