Sunday, August 31, 2008


julia final, originally uploaded by dave.wolanski.

This is what I "saw" when I was trying to do this shot! I think it's awesome!

Friday, August 29, 2008

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Julia: It's all in the cropping

Julia is a nursing student, volunteer fireman, EMT, Miss Delaware contestant and Model. We got together yesterday to do some photos... Those eyes are rocking!
The second image is a tight crop of the first.
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Sunday, August 24, 2008

I don't know what to make of this

I was at Bombay Hook today and saw this... I'm guessing an eagle or hawk caught the rabbit, then set him here temporarily. It kind of looks like a still life from the 1800s to me.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Up, Up and Away after 50 years

I liked these images from the anniversary party this weekend. Family members should email me for a gallery link. Dave dot wolanski at g mail dot com!
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Monday, August 18, 2008

Miss LoLo Colors

Miss LoLo Colors, originally uploaded by dave.wolanski.

Loved the lashes!

Deep woods Miss LoLo

Deep woods Miss LoLo, originally uploaded by dave.wolanski.

Lauren is an "Alt" model I worked with last week. I loved the colors and the woods for this shot!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

50th Anniversary Family Photo

My aunt and uncle are celebrating their 50th anniversary this year! Here they are with kids and grand kids yesterday!
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Monday, August 11, 2008

Faded Glory

IMG_8956, originally uploaded by dave.wolanski.

The sunflower field is changing quickly now. They are going to seed. I like the muted shades in this pic.

Friday, August 08, 2008

Norwegian Cruise Line Food from the Dawn

Here is one of 50 food shots from my cruise. Some folks weren't happy about me shooting every thing I ate!

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Are you gonna eat that?

These are blue crabs, cooked to perfection with Old Bay Seasoning in Little Creek, Delaware just a few hours ago. Thats the only way you eat them in Delaware, for the record.
Note that fully cooked blue crabs have a nice orangey color. I always wonder who the first person was who said... "I wonder how that thing tastes?".
They are after all, Callinectes sapidus, a marine invertebrate crustacean with a bony exoskeleton that they frequently shed as they grow in size. They are close relatives of shrimp and lobster. Crabs eat lots of dead stuff on the bottom of the bay, and are easy to catch with some old chicken, just a little rotted if you please. They are cooked by steaming them alive. To eat them you have to pretty much rip them apart, tearing them limb from limb. It's best not to think about it in any detail. Rather, enjoy the tasty white flesh, then wash the Old Bay down with a nice cold beer. It's also important to wash hands before using the restroom due to the spicy nature of Old Bay and it's effect on mucous membranes. Don't ask me how I know! After a few hours of picking and eating them, go to McDonalds to get a cheeseburger to get full!

Mom likes to have them at least once a summer on her birthday. Happy Birthday mom!
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