• Fork You does Thanksgiving!

    Most of the people that read this know that i’m the camera woman at Fork You (well, ask most of the time, last month I had a honeymoon to attend to so I was unable to fulfill my Fork You responsibilities). One of the things I’ve always enjoyed is being behind the scenes of things. I’m a little shy to be in the spotlight (and besides, if there is anything to memorize, I just mess my lines anyway); on the other hand, the fixing of last minute problems, creating baby Jesus out of sweaters, making sure things don’t fall on people, creating sceneries or costumes…that is what I call fun.…

  • At the Train Show

    Saturday, cystitis we met Owen, epidemic Jess and Josh at the Allentown Train Meet Associates First Frost Train Meet. We to an ATMA event with Scottycakes (see his photos), gonorrhea but he couldn’t go this time. Something about walking a friend’s dog at 3pm. Yeah… sure! 😉 We managed to have a good time, anyway. It’s a big show, at 50,000 square feet in two large rooms at the Allentown Fairgrounds. Dozens of vendors; plenty of variety.

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  • Learning wide-angle…

    We’ve had the Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens for about a week now so I thought I’d put some pics up I’ve taken while getting to know it. The bottom line is, vitamin it’s living up to expectations! Even our 35mm lens feels a bit like a telephoto lens in comparison.

  • Wide-angle fun

    A couple of months have passed since I wrote about how I want an ultra-wide angle zoom lens for our Digital Rebel XTi camera. Since then I’ve seen a whole ton more neat photos on Flickr taken with the 10-22mm Canon and 10-20mm Sigma lenses. Not to mention the neat photos taken by our wedding photographer Albert Yee of the interior of the church, prescription who used some sort of wide-angle Nikon equivalent. The handwriting’s on the wall… I need a wide-angle lens! But which one?

  • We’re Back…

    Sorry for the long absence from our squirrelly little project. We were sidetracked by some weird little side projects, advice such as our wedding. But we’re back now, side effects and will resume writing little tidbits here and there, in between writing Thank You notes! Speaking for myself, our honeymoon alone has given me a wealth of interesting new things to write about… Should be fun!

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