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Ann is a family friend and former colleague from my time working in publishing.

Ann

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I Felt free enough to actually join the family on their annual apple picking pilgrimage to Greenbluff. I took my camera because what could be more photogenic that apple picking children (forgetting that we’d be there while the sun was directly overhead and with no cloud cover, that’d I’d be attempting to push a stroller down an orchard at the same time I was juggling my camera and attempting to keep a nine year old on task–still I managed to get a few shots and it felt good).

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Rachel’s partner Jules was up with her when she was through town and thus was sucked into the portrait project by association.

Jules

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Rachel was one of the first people I met when I started high school and was my first regular GM running many a GURPS sci-fi adventure. If I learned anything at all from her it was “never forget to pay the extra cost so your phase shifting character doesn’t cause a nuclear detonation every time they materialize destroying all they hold dear.” Important life lesson stuff…

Rachel

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We met Michelle what seems like ages ago when our daughters went to school together. We recently were able to get together for a picnic dinner and a visit. It was a nice break especially since I was neck deep (or higher) in my final project for school: which is now done, which means I have time again for all sorts of things because I am completely finished. Until I decide to go back again. On the other hand ideally if I do go back it will be on better terms than “Oh god, let’s get this done with as quick as possible and hope there is a job at the end of this” (there was).

Michelle

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We met Michelle what seems like ages ago when our daughters went to school together. We recently were able to get together for a picnic dinner and a visit. It was a nice break especially since I was neck deep (or higher) in my final project for school: which is now done, which means I have time again for all sorts of things because I am completely finished. Until I decided to go back again. On the other hand ideally if I do go back it will be on better terms than “Oh god, let’s get this done with as quick as possible and hope there is a job at the end of this” (there was).

Michelle

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We met Michelle what seems like ages ago when our daughters went to school together. We recently we’re able to get together for a picnic dinner and a visit. It was a nice break especially since I was neck deep (or higher) in my final project for school: which is now done, which means I have time again for all sorts of things because I am completely finished. Until I decided to go back again. On the other hand ideally if I do go back it will be on better terms than “Oh god, let’s get this done with as quick as possible and hope there is a job at the end of this” (there was).

Michelle

Originally published at Josh Smith Photography. Please leave any comments there.

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Tank is roller derby coach for the Lilac City Roller Girls. In addition to helping roller girls knock each other down he also enjoys frightening children and day spent attempting to rid the world of disease.

Tank

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John was willing to let me snap a quick portrait during my sister’s reception in Portland. Probably as he’s been living in Florida and didn’t notice how ungodly hot/humid it was. I never realize living on the edge of a desert would turn me into such a wuss…

John

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I’ve known Shawn for over twenty years now. That feels weird to say that so often now. Am I really that old? However old I am: this is the first portrait of the fourth year of the portrait project! (That I apparently didn’t press the publish button on originally.)

Shawn

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Another old school chum: Hello chum! Happy post Sunday!

Stephanie

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Rob is another Gonazaga alumn I attended with and also a just-around-the-corner neighbor. He also is portrait number 156 in the series: the last portrait of Year 3.

Rob

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It took me some extra days at the end of the quarter but I actually almost feel like real person again (instead of a sad shambling fascimile).

Anywho, I’ve know Sean for so long I am sure he wouldn’t begrudge me a couple extra days rest…

Sean

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Colin (Kevin’s older brother) is also a guardsman and is currently in New Orleans on route to Afghanistan in July.

Collin

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Kevin is a cake baking, kilt wearing, national guardsman I’ve known since he was a wee bairn.

Kevin

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Michelle is an early childhood educator and will be speaking with Washington State Senator Patty Murray tomorrow about the importance that early childhood education holds for our tiny terrors, children.

Michelle

Originally published at Josh Smith Photography. Please leave any comments there.

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Let’s just say I’ve known Heather for quite some time: our mothers got their master’s degree together long, long ago. These days Heather is Student Funtimes Organizer at Spokane Community College, wife and mother. I was lucky enough to grab a number of her family while the light lasted when I took a family portrait a couple of weeks ago.

Heather

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Coincidentally a portrait that wouldn’t have happened without my own in-house momma. I swear I didn’t plan it this way…

Jamie

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My cousin, you may know her by her derby name: Baby Face Kill-Her.

Marissa

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My sister in law Sarah is a special ed teacher and volunteer with the Special Olympics.

Sarah

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