Friday, June 27, 2008

Sox win!

Sox win!, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Grand slam!!!!!!!!

Grand slam!!!!!!!!, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Thursday, June 26, 2008


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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Times square from 54th floor of the W

In ny today

In ny today, originally uploaded by Steve Goldhaber.

Monday, June 23, 2008

WITS Photoshoot

I did my photoshoot from the WITS charity event this past Sunday and it was a really fun time. We hung out at Lincoln Park Zoo for about 90 minutes. Here are some shots of Megan and Ian. Enjoy!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Mailman 1 - Steve 0

After a year of hearing from my disgruntled mailman that our mailbox was too small, I installed a new one today. I kind of agree with him because it didn't fit magazines that well, especially when we get 3 or 4 at a time. Even though he usually would put the magazines on our front door, he's stopped lately. Instead, it's been a contest for him to see how many magazines he could stuff into our mailbox. I think this was has kind of been his silent protest. He's gotten pretty good at it too. He can usually get about 3 of them in, plus our regular mail. But keep in mind, it takes 3 or 4 minutes to take them out of the mailbox since they're packed inside. So as you can imagine, it's been a pain to deal with.

So come on over and check out the new mail box. It's so much bigger and will hopefully put an end to jammed magazines. OR better yet, send me a bunch of magazines in the mail and let's see what happens.

BTW, anyone need a small mailbox?

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Sabrina & Brendan

This past weekend I photographed Sabrina & Brendan's wedding. If you want to see some of the engagement picture I took last summer, click here. I was introduced to Sabrina & Brendan through Lisa and Jeff Bayer whose wedding I photographed last year. Jeff was able to fly in for the weekend, so it was nice to see him again.

The weather for this wedding was great. With all the rain we were getting, I don't think anyone was thinking that it would be so nice. The ceremony was in the backyard of Sabrina's parent's home, which made it a really intimate setting. Their house was really picturesque and the property was just the perfect size to holding a wedding. One thing you should know is that Sabrina is a school teacher, so she invited her entire 3rd grade class to the ceremony. They all had a special place right next to the wedding party. I did notice there seemed to be an unofficial "girls to the left, boy to the right" seating arrangement which mysteriously happened. It's funny how that works.

After the ceremony, we went to the hospital to visit their grandma who had surgery recently. It was truly a special moment to witness. When grandma woke up, her eyes came to life when she saw Sabrina in her wedding dress. She felt so honored that Sabrina and Brendan had made a special trip just for her.

The reception was at Montefiori which was a really unique place. It was nice mix of inside and outside activities. There was plenty of room so everyone was really comfortable hanging out. It was a great night.

Special thanks goes out to Amy Cano who assisted me for the day.


Monday, June 16, 2008

Tim Russert

I've never really been into politics that much, and I don't even feel very political today, other than it being an election year and I'm more tuned into the dialogue. But I've been in a little funk ever since I learned that Tim Russert had passed away.

For me, it all started back around 2000 when I happened to catch an episode of Meet the Press one Sunday morning. For some reason, I really connected with Tim. He had such a wonderful way about himself. He was intelligent, funny, charming, down to earth, a hometown guy and a family man. He seemed to know that no matter what happened in life, your family always came first. And I really admired that about him. It seems too few people today really understand the importance of family. I watched the Today show this morning where his son Luke was being interviewed and it was great to hear him talk about the impact his father made in his life. You could almost see Tim's personality and mannerisms in Luke, which was a little strange, but comforting to see.

So why did I feel like I had a personal connection with Tim? It's because he was always on my side. Almost as if he was representing the common person. Almost like being an ambassador to you and me. He didn't care about what party you sided with. He didn't care about the hot air you were blowing (if that was your thing). He just cared about your values. Above all else, he measured each person on their personal values. If you were bending the truth, he'd call you on it. If you were dodging a question, he'd call you on it. But he'd do so in a factual way... making sure to be gentle, but stern. I guess it was his training as a lawyer that helped him hone this skill. As long as you were honest, and believed in what they were saying, then Tim respected you. And what more can you ask for these days?

We can all learn from Tim Russert. I know I've learned a lot just by watching his show over the past 8 years. Thank you Tim for being yourself and for being so honest. You were a great man and I will miss you.

Sunday, June 08, 2008

Lost dog reunited with owners

Wednesday, June 04, 2008


My first instinct when I watched this was to think that it was fake. I mean, after all, how could someone go this crazy on the job. But the reactions to this guy seem so reel. I've concluded it's either one of the best faked videos I've seen, or this guy really went off the deep end. Let me know what you think. Is it real or fake?

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