While William was out of the country on assignment, I finally got around to trimming our boy’s hair. He needed it!
Here are some shots of Trey’s team and their first soccer game!
I read a photography tip about shooting with your camera set to b/w to help you better see contrast and texture without the distraction of color. I thought I’d give a try to Trey and I took a stroll in the woods together. I ended up liking the b/w better than the color so I just left them that way.
Bonus: video of an impressive creek crossing… in color!
Here’s a look back at some of my Instagram pictures of Trey from this past year. Despite it being a very busy year for us with work/school/travel/moving, we still had a lot of fun adventures!
Right after the New Year, Trey and I headed up to southeast Maryland to see my brother David and his wife Brittany. Since they only live about an hour away from D.C., Trey and I took drove up to the closest Metro and took the train to the Mall. We visited the Vietnam War, Lincoln, Korean War, and Great War memorials. Then we toured the Smithsonian’s National Museums of American History and Natural History.
Trey’s favorite things were the Lincoln Memorial and the Museum of Natural History. He really enjoyed the Q?rius interactive exhibit and the hall of Mammals.
One of the funniest moments of the day was when we were eating our lunch in a restaurant. I told Trey that the White House was only a few blocks away and suddenly he was on the lookout for the president. He would say “I think that’s Obama” in an urgent, hushed voice every time an African-American man that walked in wearing a suit. I had to explain that if the president did indeed visit our humble establishment, it would be with quite a bit of fanfare.
Here are Trey’s photos from our day trip to D.C. on Jan 2nd. Highlights for Trey were Sabertooth & Wooly Mammoth skeletons at the Smithsonian and the Lincoln Memorial (mainly because Megatron once ripped Lincoln off his throne and sat there).