Images below are from and afternoon visit to Sea Cliff Beach in Aptos near Santa Cruz, Calif.
Visited Cabrillo College and went to the top of the hill to see the view of Monterey Bay visit the horticultural center and took images of a few plants there.
Friday Night On Fire at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet. Speeds of 328 MPH with in 1000 yards in under 4 seconds. It is true, you can feel the cars go by from up in the stands
I photographed a completed bathroom remodeling project for Create Distinctive Home Remodeling. This project took what once was a small powder room and turned it in to a full bath by adding a shower. If you like their work you can contact the President Linda Eberhardt at 630-357-7171 Their web-site: createremodeling.com
We had more trees than could be trimmed or taken out in one day. Over the winter two of our arborvitae became over loaded with snow and fell over the remaining 5 came out yesterday. Images from one side of the house and a view from the front are below. The changes are really much more than you can show in photos but we have no more trees growing over the roof. There is still more to do.
After 21 years we had to admit, the trees around our home were over grown. The images below show the work done in the back of our home in one day. We think that now plants will get some some light and be able to grow in our back yard.
On June 18th Audi Owners participated in an on track and auto cross driving event sponsored by Audi of America at the Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois. Participants arrived at 1:00 and finished after nearly 4 hours. The event included classroom instruction, driving your own Audi on the North Track and Auto Cross layout as well as great food. The on track activities finished with driving instructors giving rides in an Audi R8 at near race speed.
Took all the gear need, back drop, tripod stands, strobes etc to a business owners restaurant early Sunday morning before opening to do extended family portraits.
The real trick was getting 12 people into a 10 foot wide back drop.