Yesterday we all went on, as Winnie the Pooh puts it, an EXPOTITION, and of course I brought my camera along to capture Johnny's face as he rode on a train for the first time in his life. Another first was Belmont's Farmers' Market - after eight months we finally got organized enough to visit it.
It was a wonderfully warm but fresh Sunday, and we had a great time despite that Johnny fell and scraped his chin in the first ten minutes, and that a 15 minute-wait for the Caltrain seemed like an hour due to his incessant figeting.
This might sound immodest yet I can't help but feel proud of the way my photography work is developing lately. I shot about 70 images and I'm posting 45 here, which means that, without counting the photos I chose not to share, there were very little outtakes or unsuccessful shots. It feels reassuring to be good, and it feels good to have such confidence. I am looking forward to photographing my new son in less than 3 months, to new travels and new EXPOTITIONS.
Hope you guys had a great weekend, too!
P.S. One of my favorite moments was when I noticed that this girl on the train was watching Game of Thrones on her laptop. And that Burlingame is exactly 16 3/10 of a mile away from San Francisco. And the way Johnny was stuffing his face with fruit samples at the market :)