At least the cars were similar in age but things ran well and the cities architecture was very comforting.
Taking buses brought us to visit the local tourist sites for meeting kangaroos, koalas and emus.
During the buffet we were visited by tribal dancers and even a wild dingo fetching scraps.
Later all the lights were extinguished and for the first time in my life I viewed the Milky Way.
My personal bucket list trip of a lifetime, Australia just completed.
With a quick few days in Honolulu we went on to Sydney, Melbourne and Ayers Rock.
I returned from a land down under with lots of jet lag but great memoires.
In the next few weeks I will post some views amongst my regular work and hope you enjoy what I was able to see and live for a few short weeks.
St. Patrick’s day today and I thought it appropriate to view some work for a recent shoot for St. Patrick’s Church in Lowell MA.
Saint Patrick’s church was built in 1831 to support the Irish workmen and now serves a vast community of cultural lifestyles.
Fr. Daniel Crahen asked if I could spend a full Sunday photographing several Masses that day covering the five different language Masses and their participants.
The parish offers native language pastoral care to communities of Hispanic, Vietnamese, Cambodian, and Burmese Catholics.
Coffee Spots shoot for Merrimack Valley Magazine in the latest issue this month with writer Dean Johnson.
Check out the Java Room in Chelmsford with owner Candy Liu and look for the wine bar for nights of live music or try brunch.
My favorite part was watching barista Jessica Dyment folding steamed milk into beautiful latte art.
You can check out a video of her work at the Facebook Page for Merrimack Valley Magazine.
Ruben is a master chef and culinary artist who is continuing an art form called Kae Sa Luk with origins in Thailand in the mid 14th century.
Check out more views and the story by writer Tara L. Masih in the Merrimack Valley Magazine Bridal issue.
The best part of the shoot was the little cheesecake treat Ruben set out for me once we were done.