This is our store decorated with Christmas lights. Our two employees, Cristian and Justin did this all by themselves. What a job!
Some say it’s haunted!
I was excited to finally have some time to finish this production. Pictures taken from an all day photo shoot in Ione, CA on November 15th 2008.
This is only a PORTION of the whole 9 minute show also minus the prelude segment of the characters getting ready. But you can get a good feel for the evening’s event. It was a wonderful.
This is in HD and can be viewed in FULL SCREEN.
Below are a few images I shot at our church’s three evening event, Bethlehem Village 2008 reenactment last weekend.
Here is the slide show that tells the whole story. Copy and paste the address in your browser. Once you get to the website, click on the show picture to start, RIGHT CLICK and choose FULL SCREEN option for best viewing experience. If this is your first time viewing my shows, you will be prompted to download and install a small viewer plug-in to view the production.
Here are a couple of teaser shots from a photo shoot at Preston Castle in Ione, CA. More to come in a slide show format when I’m done creating it.
Jack and Annie have a new home! We are thrilled someone took them both. Initially, only Annie was to leave with her new owner. But when Jack turned on his charm, his story tugged at her heart and it was a done deal!
Annie is another Polydactyl cat who needs a home… and fast!. Her owner can no longer keep her and was told at the local animal shelter that she would likely be put down within a week or so if no one came to adopt her.
So we’re putting the word out and are hoping someone might be interested in this very sweet, fixed female about 4 years old. Her front paws have been de-clawed. She has extra toes on both front AND back feet. They’re HUGE! According to the owner, Annie has a nice personality and gets along with other cats.
These pictures were taken in a rush yesterday so we could get them up online as soon as possible. Most Polydactyls are snatched up quick but we just think the owner didn’t have an efficient way to get the word out. If you are looking to adopt a cat, this one is special.