The children of Africa are so spirited and expressive! During my six weeks touring through six countries in Africa in May/June, I was fortunate to briefly interact with some of them. These little girls from Solitaire, Namibia have so much … Continue reading
My 18 day journey through Egypt and Jordan back in February 2009 was the first time I was exposed to a culture, that at the time, seemed completely alien to my own. Although I had been to destinations such as … Continue reading
I love to photograph children! They project so much wonder, delight and enthusiasm for life! During a three-week trip to Peru back in 2009, I was able to capture a few photographs. I love this little girl with her baby … Continue reading
I’d like to do a series of posts displaying photographs I’ve taken of children in other countries. I’ll start with Children in Thailand and Laos. I visited in December of 2009 for a couple of weeks. Some of the children … Continue reading
Where can you scream…drink beer…eat brats with sauerkraut…socialize with friends…do the wave…and people watch? At a Red’s Baseball game! The game was sold out with over 40,000 attendees. I’ve only been to about four games and usually don’t know what the score is because I’m too busy doing all of the above!
Our friends Ed and Dee had extra tickets…so we were able to invite Barry and Gina!
The brats were tasty…especially after a couple of drinks!
The scoreboard is entertaining…they had the “Kiss Cam”…so when the camera stops on a couple…you’re supposed to kiss! The kids are fun to watch!!
The “Great American Ballpark” is located on the Ohio River…so the views are nice!
I didn’t wear red and somehow managed to wear the colors of the other team…Atlanta. The game went into “overtime”…or should I say “extra innings” and the Reds lost. Oh well…I still had the spirit! Wishing everyone a great weekend!