Friday, November 30, 2007

View of the night

View of the night, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

View of the day

View of the day, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Thursday, November 29, 2007

It was a cold day today!

It was a cold day today!, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Blue sky

Blue sky, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Sunny skies over Florida

Sunny skies over Florida, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Hanging out at the airport


Aligator, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.


Cruise, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.


Yummy, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Some south beach sights

Some south beach sights, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Saturday, November 24, 2007


my vacation is almost over. We're spending the night in Miami and then driving back to Naples. We went on a cruise today to look at some celebrity homes. And right as we pull up to one of the homes, SHAQ is there hanging out on the dock. He only was there about 20 seconds so I didn't get a good look at him, but still pretty cool. We're going to little Havana for some Cuban food tonight so that should be fun.

Another Delicious Bass

Another Delicious Bass, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Friday, November 23, 2007


Beach, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Hanging out on 5th avenue in Naples. Gotta love the palm trees.


Test, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.


Wednesday, November 21, 2007


This is a test post from flickr, a fancy photo sharing thing.

Monday, November 19, 2007

Hello from Naples

This week I'm down in Naples Florida to visit my parents. David, Catherine and Josh also made the annual trip. Here are some pictures from today's events. As some of you know, it's been a Thanksgiving tradition to make apple struddle a couple days before Thanksgiving. The recipe is from my mom's grandmother, also known as Ma Tschinkel who was from Austria, and was passed down from over 100 years ago. Making the struddle is a large project and requires several people. We always use the large round table in the family room to roll out the dough. After that, we add apples, bread crumbs, raisins... and then we roll everything up and bake it in the oven for about an hour. This was Josh's first time helping out and he seemed really excited to put on his chefs hat and apron.

Carolyn and I are going to the everglades tomorrow for an airboat ride and hopefully some alligator spotting. Oh.. I almost forgot.. I caught a large mouth bass today in the backyard. It's the first time I've actually caught something in the backyard.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Isabel Grace Hartman

It happened 2 weeks earlier then it was supposed to, so it was definitely a surprise when we got a call from Nick this morning. Carolyn and I went over to see Isabel and she is very cute. Here are some pictures of newest member of the Hartman family. It didn't come as a shock to the Hartman family that their newest addition is a girl... that's the 9th granddaughter/daughter on the Hartman side and the second on the FlorJanic's. Congratulations to Nikki and Nick and Happy Birthday Isabel!

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

I love Jelly Belly Jelly Beans!


Here's a little project I put together for an art fair. I shot this in under an hour and put together a quick slideshow.

Pretty much everyone loves Jelly Belly Jelly Beans. They love them because of their moutwatering flavor and overall juicyness. But at the same time, there are some flavors people can’t tolerate. Maybe it’s coffee. Maybe it’s licorice… either way, people at some point have tried a flavor that they love or hate. And if you’ve ever seen this happen, their reactions and facial expressions are priceless. This project documents the wonderful reactions (both good and bad) people have when they eat Jelly Belly Jelly Beans.

Monday, November 05, 2007

whoah... look at what just happened!

I was just looking at my blog traffic and noticed that I've crossed the 10,000 mark. Since this blog's inception, which is just over a year ago, I've had 10,500 visitors stop by. This really has been a fun thing to keep up over the year and I plan to continue to do it in the future. It's strange to think that I could be blogging indefinitely... and if that's the case, in 40 years, think of the history that would be recorded here. Think about how your son or daughter could go back in time before they were born and look at what you were up to. We don't think about this now since blogging is always in the present, but I'm sure in 5 or 10 years people will appreciate this. Thanks for everyone who has stopped by over the past year to check out the blog!