I had an afternoon seminar at this gorgeous new stadium. Here’s a pano shot with my iPhone during a break.
Church in town square, Amay, Belgium.
Belgian garden, Amay, April 2011.
Door and window, Amay, Belgium. April 2011.
I had a wonderful Father’s Day yesterday. Relaxed with the New York Times. Cycled with my son-in-law, Alan. Drank a beer with my son-in-law Ryan. Teresa and Alan prepared a great dinner, which included homemade ice cream and Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. Hung out with Henry and listened to him to talk. We were even able to get a quick family picture. But best of all, I spent the better portion of the day with the best daughters a father could ask for. Thanks to everyone, but thanks especially to Aimee, Mallory and Kelsey. I am so glad I’m your father. Here’s to many more Father’s Days like yesterday.
Lübeck, Germany. Cathedral. Easter 2011.
I did a pro bono gig Saturday for the Lawrence Health Department to promote Dad Days and Fatherhood Initiative Training. I hung out at the Lawrence Farmer’s Market and photographed kids who were with their fathers. Nothing earth shattering, but I especially liked a few frames. Here they are.
Mallory and I went to the Nelson Art Gallery yesterday. It was a hot and windy afternoon, so the cool serenity of the museum and Monet’s Water Lillies was a welcome respite before the Christopher Elbow ice cream.
I was on a commercial assignment in suburban St. Louis the other day. I saw a couple of things out the window that caught my eye.
Seen in Berlin, April 2011.