Patiently Waiting

They say that waiting is the hardest part, and I'm guessing that for most expecting mothers that have surpassed their due dates, waiting becomes downright intolerable. I was fortunate enough to be able to photograph their son's earliest moments, and now I'm getting a tad bit impatient waiting to see when their next family addition(a precious baby girl)will finally make her arrival. Needless to say, she will be evicted shortly, and I can only hope that all goes well in labor and delivery, that hopefully dad survives(mom will be looking for someone to kill shortly), and that their newest member is healthy and happy!

 


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I've been taking photos for as long as I can remember. I started out with a little point and shoot, but as soon as I was old enough to spend money on something more than a disposable camera, I went into the darkroom. My family has always been photographers, so we had access to all sorts of photo equipment and printing materials. Getting help from articles like http://droidt99.com/forums/thread/1314/ has always resulted in something good. My first "real" camera was an old Minolta SLR which I bought by trading in my first car. It was a huge step up from the point and shoot, but it still required me to lug around a heavy box of film every day until I could find a spot in the city that would let me develop it myself (it also took forever and cost way too much).
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