Finally, after three weeks of long days, late nights, and full weekends of work, we managed to find some time to get some work done on our placement agency profile materials. In doing so, we made a discovery that may not be terribly uncommon – in the process of selecting the myriad photos required (I'll let my wife explain what is expected of us), we suddenly realized how few of the thousands of photos we've taken since we got our first digital camera 7 years ago actually have us in them.
What will you find in our photos?
Rocky promontories with crashing waves
Fascinating stuff in museums
Our friends' kids
Interesting creatures at the zoo
Renaissance fair performers
Before and after photos of the inside of our house
Did I mention cats?
Notice anything missing? It would appear that we've been so busy taking photos of other people, places, and things that we neglected to take many pictures of us. And those that have been taken recently? Most were shot on our trips to Maine, which means that yours truly presents a stylish image usually set off by a baseball cap, tshirt, and cargo shorts. Too cool for shorts? Jeans then.
Needless to say, we scoured iPhoto and have come close to identifying enough photos. Still coming up short, we did the next best thing.
We called for help, sending e-mails to people we know regularly take photos at family events in the hope that they have some good action shots to share with us.
Otherwise, it's the tripod and self-timer for us tomorrow!
Oh...and did I mention cats?