- A gentle silvery rain is falling outside and it's 38 degrees. The robins are loving it. I'm loving looking out at them playing in the trees. #
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Nationally known artist Richard F. Lack, passed away on Tuesday, September 22, 2009. He is survived by his wife, Katherine; daughter, Susanna (Michael); sons, Peter (Paulette) and Michael, granddaughter Maren; extended family and countless friends.
Richard Lack was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 26, 1928, where he grew up among Scandinavian immigrant families. His father Fred A. Lack was a dentist whose family emigrated from Germany; his mother, Mildred Peterson, had parents who came from Norway.
Wow, finally got the braces off – at least off the upper teeth. You hardly know I still have the lowers on. Dr. Williams said it will take a few more months to get my bite equilibrated. Feels great to be able to feel the front of my teeth again. It’s one of those simple pleasures you take for granted.
Shot this a few weeks ago off the balcony of our hotel in Dayton Beach, Florida. The balcony was at an angle to the beach, and as I was about to click the shutter, I heard a noise behind me. I turned to see a lady in her nightgown on the balcony behind me trying to get a view with her camera. I snapped mine and retreated into the room.
Shot with the Canon 1D MkIIN and 24-70 2.8L.
As many of you know, I have been wearing braces to correct my bite following my MMA surgery. My orthodontist, Dr. Moody Williams, says the top braces will probably come off at my next visit. While I have gotten somewhat used to having a mouth full of metal, I can’t wait for them to come off. The lower will stay on for a while longer.