Hey everyone, we have great news for all of you, loyal followers. The second edition of TVOW is soon to be released. The 4th of July will be the day we’ll start posting again. Sorry for not posting this long but, as you can imagine, there’s a lot of behind the scenes stuff we need to get done before coming back. We’ll also have new members to the group, so expect lots of quality photography around :)
Thanks for bearing with us, we are really grateful!
About 14 months ago I worked with Alejandro on my 1st of 2 TVOW projects. This shot was the 1st time I planned and executed an image rather than just “finding” something to shoot. It was for this photoset we did together. Working with Ale, I learned a great deal about planning, execution and more importantly, friendship. Now I count him not only among my closest friends, more than that… family. Thank you for you continued love and support my Compa, Happy birthday… cheers to a remarkable year ahead!
So apparently, my LO loves it! I made my first chicken liver last night and I remember thinking:
“ It’s either she’ll love it, or hate it!”
And, SHE LOVED IT! I made a batter for the first time with eggs, flour, breadcrumbs, and butter. Threw the chicken liver in, and deep fried it. And boom! DH and I enjoyed it with Frank’s Hot Sauce. And it was yummy!
Meet Michelle, mother of two, from Blue Comet Seafoods. I first met her during the opening of the Yaletown Farmer’s Market this year. I saw her again during my second consecutive visit and greeted me with an infectious smile.
When asked what’s the best thing about being part of this event:
“I love being here, and I love what I do. It doesn’t feel like work.”
For the freshest Wild Salmon in town, say hi to Michelle at her booth: Blue Comet Seafoods at the Yaletown Farmer’s Market every Thursday, from 2 PM - 6 PM until October 2, 2014.