Thursday, November 15, 2007

I certainly don't have a problem with the weather on my job as a photojournalist. I have a pancho, plastic bags, all the necessary rain gear, but sometimes it pays to just stay in your car (and not even roll the window down) for a picture. I barely even left home, finding this man walking his dog in my hometown of Bordentown NJ.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

Veterans Day 2007

Shadows are cast by visitors looking at newly-unveiled Memorial Bricks following a ceremony at the Hopewell Valley Veteran's Memorial.

Veteran Sevy DiCocco, one of the readers, recites names of those memorialized in the bricks.

Hopewell resident Sue Niederer, right, whose son, Army 2nd Lt. Seth J. Dvorin, a graduate of South Brunswick High School, was killed in the line of duty Feb. 3, 2004, holds back tears during the playing of "Taps" at a Veterans Day ceremony held at the Catholic War Veterans in Trenton. With Niederer is her grandson (Seth's namesake) Seth J. Dvorin, 19 months. He is the son of Seth's sister. Veterans from left are John Prihoda, Marine Corps Leage & John Stefani, Italian-American War Veterans.