It was really overcast this morning, so I wasn't sure we'd be able to pull the shoot off . . . but we did! Yay!! Chris didn't like staying still for too long, so I was kinda worried that I might not have enough photos for Runa. But I ended up with quite a few keepers. Whew!!
My new BFF Shar turned me on to this interesting site: Eating Asia. I found the article on Miracle Tea so intriguing. I never know how to take care of myself when I feel a cold coming on, and I just dread, dread, dread it when one does. The effects last f-o-r-e-v-e-r for me, ending with a wrenched back from too much coughing. The ingredients for the tea are ginger, turmeric, peppercorns, lemongrass and green tea. The lemongrass is mostly for flavor and can be omitted, but you must, must include the turmeric. The writer and his friend drink this tea daily and double up on the intake when they feel a cold coming on. Sounds interesting, yah?!
I met Mich and family at Makai Pier this past Sunday afternoon to shoot their Christmas card pictures. I'm really liking this area for its versatility. Plus, no hurt when you have a cute family to take pictures of like Mich's.
As promised, here are more pictures of Ros and family that I took yesterday morning. The first few photos were taken in front of Katch 1's newest artwork at the corner of Piikoi and Beretania. They were completed only last week. Didi told me about um. In fact, she was there when Katch was adding his finishing touches, and she was able to talk story with him for a little bit. Thanks for the heads up, Didi. Thanks for agreeing to do your family photos "urban" style, Ros. I really had fun shooting you guys!
T-Shirt Theatre presented its latest play, HISTORY, this past weekend at the Kaimuki High School Auditorium. The production included interpretations of some of the most famous speeches and historic moments of our nation. The performers, who actually come from Farrington High School worked hard in putting on a great performance, and I'm really glad that I was able to take pictures for them.