On our final day in Galway we finally got our Irish breakfast at Keogh's Of Kinvara. An Irish breakfast is: sausage, bacon, blood sausage or as they call it pudding, beans, fried eggs, mushrooms and toast. IT WAS SOOOOO GOOD! We washed it down with beers because when in Ireland! The place had a real local charm to it. Service was great and friendly.
I’m pretty sure that every photographer has a photography bucket list. Something on my list was to document a birth. In-home, hospital, didn’t care. Documentary photography is something i’m passionate about and what better way to experience that than with a birth. Birth photography is something that was new to me. I didn't know truly what to expect I just knew that being on call meant, at any time, anywhere, I’d have to stop what i’m doing, grab my packed up camera bag and haul my ass over. When I received the text that it was time, my adrenaline started pumping, I quickly took an exit on the interstate and made a U-turn to head to Suffolk.
The weather has been a hot mess this past month. We have found ourselves spending more days indoor and I can't lie... it's been making us a little cray! I was invited by a couple other moms to go to the zoo and we couldn't turn it down! The weather was amazing! It was the perfect balance of overcast(my favorite) with sunny moments. We started out at the barnyard where we saw cattle, sheep, sleeping pigs and more. We traveled through Africa, Asia and Australia ending our trip with a perfect, calm train ride. We had a great time, ate popcorn and pretzels and explored!