August 1, 2012

August Facebook Cover Images

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The past few months have been nuts. I fractured my ankle at the Multiple Sclerosis MuckRuckus event in early June. I’ve been quite ornery about the fact that I’m still not allowed to run. You runners will appreciate how painful it has been that I haven’t been able to get out and run for the past two months. I have had some awesome couples that were so sympathetic when I showed up in a lovely, hot, clunky boot for their weddings. Speaking of, I’ve had an absolute glut of shoots. The weddings have been incredible. I’m working on cranking them out and there are so many more gorgeous events to post so check back often – they will blow you away. Lastly, I had to deal with a downed computer. My data was completely fine but the motherboard crashed and I feel like it took an army of techs and a freaking eon to get my beloved computer (named HAL) back to life.

Every month, I feature new images for download for you to use as your Facebook cover photo. August’s images are devoted to my life the past few weeks (and the next several as well as I get through these weddings!). My keyboard might as well be an extension of myself. And I kind of dig that the letters go E-R-T-Y, as in DochE-R-T-Y (it’s the little things in life). As for the motherboard, I haven’t the slightest idea how it works. It might as well be fueled by pixie dust and gnome-power. To me, it looks like something I once built on SimCity but with a slightly lower probability of Godzilla coming through and wrecking the place. Click to download these images and see them at their full size and resolution.


Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
~ Arthur C. Clarke

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