365 Photos from Woodstock

So… back to reality.  Hi everyone!  Sorry for my absence.  I was totally planning on posting every day from Woodstock, but the connection at the house we stayed at was SO SLOW that the process was way too tedious.  I’m in the middle of writing up the whole festival week experience, but tonight, I’ll just post my 365 photos from the week.  I’ll fill you in on the rest this week!

Let’s start with Wednesday night:

Here is Adam… contemplating all the action that is about to happen in the coming days.  A little nervous… a lot excited… and a lot sleepy.

Photo 173 – “Festival Contemplation”

"Festival Contemplation" - Settings: ISO 800, f/1.4, 1/8 sec, 50mm lens

Photo 174 – “Blues Brothers on a Porch in Woodstock”

"Blues Brothers on a Porch in Woodstock" - Settings: ISO-3200, f/4, 1/50 sec, 28-105mm lens (40mm)

Ahhh…. Woodstock.  What a lovely quirky town.  We spotted these guys while walking around town on Thursday.

Photo 175 – “Crazy-Eyes Em”

"Kooky Em" - Settings: ISO 400, f/4.0, 1/100 sec, 50mm lens

This is Emily.  She is the daughter of Hello Lonesome‘s leading man Harry Chase.  She doesn’t always look like this.  She was just entertaining us over lunch with her uncanny ability to cross her huge round eyeballs in the craziest of ways.  Freaky right??  This was right after our AWESOME first screening of Hello Lonesome in downtown Woodstock.  We were all kind of hyper.

Photo 176 – “Two Patriots and a Hot Tub”

"Two Patriots and a Hot Tub" - Settings: ISO 800, f/2.2, 1/125 sec, 50mm lens

Don’t ask.   No seriously… I’ll just explain this one later – with more photos.  Yes that’s right… More photos.  I bet you can hardly wait.

Photo 177 – “Anniversary”

"Anniversary" - Settings: ISO 200, f/1.8, 1/500 sec, 50mm lens

Yesterday, October 3rd, was Adam’s and my first anniversary.  Awww… I love him so much and I’m so proud of him and this cute little old couple just made me think of what we’ll be like fifty years from now.

Ok… will be back tomorrow with more details from the festival!

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