Here’s a quick slideshow of some of the images I captured of Norwood High School’s production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
I’ve seen most of these actors in many other productions. Their talent continues to amaze me, but what is most interesting is how accepting they are of the roles they are given. Big or small they jump right in and do a great job.
I too jump at the chance to capture all the action, drama and comedy .. both on and off the stage.
I know it’s still a month away, but I’m the kind of person that can listen to a Christmas song in June … which I did last night by the way, so it’s time to get up and out your “Fourth of July Hats”.
What? You don’t have one? Show that Red White and Blue!
Like the other “one day holidays”, the Fourth of July seems to stop time and helps us remember what is most important in our lives.
One of my favorite parts of the day is the Children’s Parade in Norwood MA. The kids, or more likely, their parents dress the kids as little patriots and Presidents. Then literally hundreds of them come marching down the main street.
Everyone turns out to share in the event and to see those crazy Fourth of July hats. And I’m there capture it all. I can’t wait to share this years images with you!
Today is graduation day for my Son at UMASS Medical.
He was certainly destined for greatness. A great ice hockey player, always loved working with kids (and still does) but what a surprise when after graduating from Quinnipiac University with a degree in Bio-Medical Science … with a minor in Psychology he’d then head off to UMASS to get his Masters degree as a Nurse Practitioner?
I will be photographing again today. Just trying to capture another moment in time. This is a once in a life time experience, just like everyday.
I don’t mind getting older, well, I mind a bit I guess. I think it’s more that my kids are on their own now and I am too.
One day I’ll look back on this day with pride, but I know that I had nothing to do with it.