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I just can’t seem to get it right. Sorry folks, but today’s picturebook story is going to be read to you backwords. I posted to this blog in chronological order (photo sets wise) so they will be read by you, the esteemed audience, in reverse chronological order. Don’t worry kids, our heros will still live happily ever after.
Mr. Chris Powell and all the new women in his life. His new Friends and Family, belonging to Mrs. Chris Powell, as well as a few old ones of his own.
Mrs. Chris Powell and the new men in her life. Friends and family.
Chris being supported by her new menfolk.
Husband and Wife.
One of the street performers had a dog that could do tricks. The performer needed some help and selected one of us! Lori was a good sport about it too.
Needing a third, and final person, the groom himself was pointed out by about 30 people – there were only 22 of us total, and not everyone was at the festival. Brother Chris was asked for a dollar bill and he looked to his bride-to-be as she was carrying his wallet. His very-near-future father-in-law bailed him out with a 5 dollar bill. Chris folded the bill the long way, and then the OTHER long way and put it in his mouth. The dog ran an obsticle course and jumped up and took the bill out of brother Chris’s mouth. Quite cool considering we had 2 participants in the act.
A photo of the sunset from Mallory Park in Key West, Florida.
Here is a photo of the group that attended Chris’s wedding. From right to left: Everyone. Missing from the photo are myself, Cousin Keven, and friends Delgado.
Key West has a “Sunset Festival” in Mallory Park off the north end of Duval Street. There are a bunch of street performers and such, but what I like, is the sunset.
A ‘normal’ sunset photograph during the Sunset Festival in Mallory Park in Key West, Florida.
I got out one of my fancy camera filters and took this photo with the 8 point star filter.
Here I used my ‘Sunset’ filter, but I think I had it in upside down – the darker part was up.
The ‘Sunset’ filter can really make a sunset pop.
I started to get my film developed tonight. I grabbed 3 rolls at random and went off in search of a 1 hour lab. I stopped by at Wolf Camera first. They want around $15 to get my double prints plus index print and a CDROM for a 24 exposure roll AFTER I buy the fotoclub card or whatever their discount card is. That is going to be $200 to get the photos developed. MADNESS
I ended up at Target. The local target seems to do a good job. $11 a roll. I can’t read their receipt, they ring it up differently then they sell it. I guess it isn’t all that much cheaper then Wolf Camera is…
I went all the way to the end of the road. As far south as you can drive. I like the house number.
Chris and her father, John Downs.
Brother Chris’s father.