Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Snail mail still has a place in the world

Finally finished writing, addressing, and stamping all my holiday cards. Now just to drop them off in the mailbox! So clients and friends, if you don't get your card in the next few days send me an email at! Or if you want to be a friend or client, send me your mailing address and I'll pop one of these in the mail for you.

Here's what the card looks like:

The back of the card is pretty plain. I thought about putting captions on the back for each of the photos but it got too cluttered. So I'll do it here! We'll go left to right:

- Jeff and his daughter Madeline. Photographed at the beautiful James Gardens in the west end of Toronto.

- Lovely bride Torie and her bridesmaids Amaris, Bianca and Alison. You can't tell, but this is photographed in perhaps one of the most unbeautiful parks of Toronto -- a little piece of green nestled between the CAMH (mental hospital if you want to be unPC) and the Great Hall wedding venue.

- Newlyweds Anna and Stanley taking a stroll at the COPIA gourmet wine and food museum in Napa, California.

- Shane after his bar mitzvah. Friends and family made their way down to Kew Beach after the ceremony for their group photos.

- Katherine and Thomas both turned 60 this year! Married for over 35 years, this couple was thrown a great party by their daughters at the Mandarin Golf and Country Club.

- Akera catches a ride with his mom Jackie at one of the 31 GuluWalks that took place this July in Toronto. Learn more at

- Val and Dan enjoy a private moment at the Third Beach in Vancouver's Stanley Park.

- Beautiful bride Magdalena on her wedding day.

- A corsage from Erin and Craig's Muskoka wedding

- Sunset at the Mactaquac head pond. The head pond is a dammed tributary of the St. John river, just west of Fredericton.

Yay for blogs where I can write as much as I want about each image. And yay for snail mail, you guys will get something in the mail that isn't a bill or a solicitation!

p.s. I just found out that when uploading photos to Blogger, make sure the jpgs are in RGB, not CMYK. Otherwise you get an error message.


At 11:45 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love my xmas card!! You do such great work!!!
Bon :)


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