Twin boys and their cousin, all from Honduras, enjoying a fishing outing off a pier. I watched them run around, the boys a bit crazy, the girl slightly more careful (it does start early, doesn't it?) and then asked their parents if I could take their picture.
The parents promptly lined them up in a row and I thought 'oh boy, this isn't what I wanted' but as it turns out, I like that shot a lot. They were very patient with me because as I crouched down for the first shot, my battery died. I quickly fumbled through my purse for the spare while they asked in Spanish "when is this lady going to be done?!" :)
Meet Nick, a friendly chap with an easy smile. He's a silversmith, whom I met at a 'Metalwork' exhibit featuring lots of very beautifully crafted jewelry and trinkets.
He's a Brit from Yorkshire who came over to the States for the same reason I did: our spouses are American. He's been here for 17 years and has two kids in high school.
He was very interested in my camera and its lens, having just taken on the duties of photographer for his kids' PTA :)
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