So, I’m really behind on blogging. I can be honest that really bad at it and now that the busy season for photographers have died down, I’m making it one of my goals to blog more. When I say more I mean a new post at least twice a week or even more (they might be short and sweet).
Mid-morning on Sunday 9/18/2016, my boys were watching Sunday morning cartoons and started yelling that they saw fire across the street. After a few minutes of thinking they were making it up, I put down my coffee and walked to the front door. Low and behold the neighbor’s detached garage across the street was up in flames. After the North Baltimore Fire Department was called and being told it was safe, I walked over with my camera to catch some real Hero’s at work. I did pull a rookie photographer mistake here, the first time I walked over I didn’t have a memory card in my camera. It only took me one second to realize and I ran back home to get it. This is something that I didn’t want to miss. These hard working volunteer firefighters left their home to come help their community. Many of them are my friends and some are even family.
“Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:9