Sean Connery in my dryer

Laundry – it’s something I do just about every night. I must methodically check each tiny pocket when washing the boys clothes, if not I’ll find rocks, coins, toys, “chop stick”, etc in the washer or dryer. The rocks are the worst, the boys fill their pockets with tiny little rocks that they carefully select from the playground at school. I have a bag full at the office and a jar full at home, plus a pile on top of the dryer. Well tonight I found Mr. Sean Connery (that is a mini lego look-a-like of him from the Indiana Jones set) in the lint trap of the dryer. What a surprise.

In other news my addiction to photography and Photoshop (now to include Lightroom) is only growing. I added a 70-200mm zoom lens to my list of equipment which makes it easy to get good close shots on the soccer field. I’ll leave you with a few new ones – the last one was a creative crop using some presets in Lightroom. More photos on the flickr account…

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Laundry – it’s something I do just about every night. I must methodically check each tiny pocket when washing the boys clothes, if not I’ll find rocks, coins, toys, “chop stick”, etc in the washer or dryer. The rocks are the worst, the boys fill their pockets with tiny little rocks that they carefully select from the playground at school. I have a bag full at the office and a jar full at home, plus a pile on top of the dryer. Well tonight I found Mr. Sean Connery (that is a mini lego look-a-like of him from the Indiana Jones set) in the lint trap of the dryer. What a surprise.

In other news my addiction to photography and Photoshop (now to include Lightroom) is only growing. I added a 70-200mm zoom lens to my list of equipment which makes it easy to get good close shots on the soccer field. I’ll leave you with a few new ones – the last one was a creative crop using some presets in Lightroom. More photos on the flickr account…

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