Full time Ronald.
I love my derpycat. Everyone meet Kobe.
First time back on the road in a few months, missed her. Still some things to spray before next d-day but she’s Rollin!
Photos © Aaron Ansarov
Aaron Ansarov experienced some depression after retiring from his post as a military photographer in 2007. But, one of the things that made him happy was walking in his backyard with his son, pointing out beetles, salamanders, praying mantis and other creepy crawlies. “One day, he just said, ‘Daddy, let’s take pictures of them,’” says Ansarov. “That just never occurred to me. That’s when everything changed.”
Ansarov, who lives in Delray Beach, Florida, has three children: a 12-year-old, a 3-year-old and a 2-year-old. He transitioned from photojournalism to commercial photography and fine art, and in the process, he says, he has followed one simple rule—to look at things through the eyes of a child.
“It is very tough as adults, because we get bored. We see things over and over and they are no longer as fascinating to us as they were when we were a child,” says the photographer. “All I try to do is to force myself to see things freshly.”
After exploring his backyard (National Geographic is featuring his “My Backyard” series in a four-page spread in its June 2013 issue), Ansarov turned to the beach, about a mile from his home. There, he became captivated with Portuguese men-of-war.
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The Canadian Grand Prix weekend was a total blast. Final shot is our view from the stands on race day. When the event was over we got to walk around on the track, which was super neat. More pictures off my camera to come later.
Now back to the real world.
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Car has invented night shades.
The cat isn’t a car?
Then maybe you should laern 2 spell lol
All the lols.
“dad where did u get that mug”
“my worlds greatest dad mug? long story”
*dad looks out the window as he vividly remembers his bloody victory in the 100 dad cage match at dadfights.com*
Connor Surdi Photo. Fantastic stuff out of the Seattle area. Check it.