because I can’t live without…

9 | January 31, 2011

… because it’s Monday and I need to get in the car and drive to Dallas, I’m leaving you today with a little photo essay from this weekend’s Miracle Match Marathon that The Husband ran. It’s also a post that reminds me that I should have ignored my insane advertising/graphic design path and followed my true passion in art and photography. Oh well, things happen for a reason and if I did follow that path to the Kansas City Art Institute instead of my alma mater University of North Texas I would not have met my amazing, fantastic and quite handsome husband. I just can’t live without the husband, mia, a good meal, and…

my camera.

I was also reminded how much I am attached to my camera when my iPhone was stolen later that day and all I could think of was, “I’m so glad it wasn’t my camera!”

By the way, what is it about a man in uniform or in action that makes such a great subject? hmm?

    Comments

  • mark


    Beautiful, as always!

  • katy


    Uh, can I blow up that photo of the firemen running and hang it on my wall? Please! I’m sure my husband won’t mind. lol

  • Mary Mac K


    You are so talented! amazing

    • Meredith Steele


      Thank you very much.

    • Meredith Steele


      Oh no I’m not. I just like to make things look interesting. Thanks!

  • leigh


    I love your photography! Where was this? The bridge is my favorite.

    • Meredith Steele


      awe, thanks. It’s the Waco Suspension Bridge in Waco, Texas. A little history: “Waco’s Historic Suspension Bridge was the longest single-span suspension bridge west of the Mississippi when it was completed in 1870. The bridge was built with cable supplied by the John Roebling Co., who built the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City.”

      And then the last shot is of the Washington Ave
      http://www.texasescapes.com/TexasBridges/WacoWashingtonStreetBridge.htm
      “Built in 1902, the Waco Steel Bridge was billed as the longest single span bridge in the world. “

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