I’ve had a very busy few days.
I’ve taken a lot of photos along the way.
Here’s a peek at some of my recent activities.
I spent last Friday morning with Paul Newman.
He was helping me get my arm in a better place than it’s been lately.
I’ll try to find time to take some Paul Newman photos for you soon.
In the afternoon I took Thomas Hawk and his wife out shooting.
They were in town for a few days.
Orange County had a lot of coastal fog while they were here, but we still managed to get some good shots.
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OC visitors always seem to enjoy seeing the “old lighthouse” which was, surprisingly enough, never really a lighthouse.
I never tire of seeing it myself.
I won’t tell you where it is, because if I told you I’d have to kill you.
It’s a secret.
(If you know where it is, please don’t tell anyone.)
Secrets can be a good thing …?
Here’s a nice photo Thomas Hawk took of me with his beautiful wife, Julia:
Suzanne Haggerty and Julia Peterson. Photo credit Thomas Hawk.
Friday evening (and night) involved an impromptu party at my friend’s (Nike’s) house.
It was a lot of fun.
On Saturday, Thomas and I went out shooting again.
This time, it was my turn to capture a shot of him.
Thomas Hawk at Crystal Cove State Park.
We have a lot of fun shooting together.
(I think we both have an excess of photography enthusiasm?)
I’ll share more shots from both days soon.
We finished the day enjoying a cocktail with Julia at the Ritz Carlton.
The bar at the Ritz Carlton is outdoors and has a beautiful view.
I couldn’t resist taking a photo or two while we were there.
On Sunday, I had *stuff* I had to do in L.A.
I knew I’d be enjoying a family celebration at the end of the day,
I changed out of my usual sweats and even put make-up on.
Suzanne Haggerty selfie – taken via iPhone.
Yes, I’m aware I’m scowling in the above photo.
It’s a scowl of concentration.
It’s hard to put make-up on and take a photo at the same time.
(Not to mention the concentration it takes to take a hold a phone and take a photo with my left, non-dominant, hand/arm.)
Shortly after taking the above photo, I drove up to L.A.
It was a good, productive, day and ended with some nice family time.
Having family around meant I also had the opportunity to “practice” with my portrait lens.
(I’d show you some of those photos, but I haven’t had time to upload them yet.)
All in all,
It was really a fun weekend.
I hope you had a good weekend too?