Tuesday, May 18, 2010

To the persuit of Happiness ...

And to toast some newly provided time (obviously) thanks to my new friend Eyjafjallajokul, I thought I'd revisit some relatively unseen pics from my fall 2008 trip to Southern Europe. Here are some images from the first cemetery of the City of Athens. Opened in 1837, it became a luxurious cemetery for famous Greek people and foreigners … and it helped put things into perspective for me.

I hope I can post some new images and adventures again soon.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Centennial Championships ... 4/30-5/2

A little something to wet your whistle.

So, I don't want jinx anyone … but, there's going to be some darn good Women's Lacrosse this weekend in Gettysburg. So for all those fanatics, here's a little something to wet your whistle before Mr. Murray's much anticipated post(s) stemming from this upcoming weekend's pickups. These were from a Gettysburg vs. F&M meeting on 4/21. The final was 8-7 Gettysburg ...

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Paradise ... Oh Thank Heaven!

Joe and Pam Chilcoat are owner's of the Paradise 7-11 and longtime Catonsville residents. Here are some images from Focus on Business, a continuing series of independent projects for my Paradise Community Association.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Ferguson's Flowers

Ron and Nati Young's Hardware store comes to life every spring. The colorful bounty attract patrons from all over southwest Baltimore county. The revenue generated from their spring flower sales help carry them through tough times.

One in a series of independent projects for the Paradise Community Association.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Awesomely Accidental

We've had a long hot weekend in Swarthmore ... here are a few fun shots that weren't planned. My favorites will follow when the mass edit ends and I cool off.