I was going through my computer files today, when I came across some old photos of my parents that had been scanned sometime ago. Its always interesting to see old pictures. Seeing how much people have changed over the years, and maybe getting a little glimpse of what life was like back then…
This is a picture of my parents, from the early 70’s. I’m not sure of the exact date, but I gather is was not too soon after they were married…
Looking at this picture, it dawned on me, that my mother at the time, looked a heck of a lot like Jessica Simpson. Or should I say, J. Simp looks a lot like my mom? Mom did come about 30 yrs before Jessica…. hehe
Here’s a comparison:
Even the hairdo is similar! So, in theory, in another 30 yrs or so, when J. Simp catches up in age to where Mom is now, she should look a whole lot like Mom. That is of course if she doesn’t go all crazy with the plastic surgery and lip injections… as most Hollywood types tend to do.
I’m actually pretty excited for the warmer weather to get here, and for the chance to get out and start taking some shots again, now that work has gone back to some normal hours. No more 14 hr days for me!
So, hopefully soon you’ll get to see some new work posted here.
The only thing is, where to start… Any ideas, or themes you would like to see? Post them below. (Nothing vulgar please!)
This is still one of my favorite photos, and one of my most popular on Flickr as well as DeviantART.
I’ve started a gallery at Imagekind.com. Stop by and check it out, and maybe even purchase a print or two for your home!
Hopefully, I can earn enough to afford the new Nikon D60 soon. I could use an update to my camera arsenal.
This is a test post from , a fancy photo sharing thing.
I haven’t been around in a while. And I probably won’t get a chance to post again for another month or so… but until then, I leave you with some Lensbaby 3G images!
These were taken with my “old skool” Nikon FM. I still love that camera. My ultimate dream camera would be a digital Nikon FM. All the workings of the FM, just with a digital sensor of some sort.