Hey guys!  I am currently sitting at the Fox Sports restaraunt at Skyharbor airport listening to my favorite podcast, Stuff you Missed in History Class.  I am headed back to Philadelphia for a business trip and then meeting up with Natasha Kolar in Washington DC this weekend for some birthday tomfoolery!  So excited!!

If you are a fan of Nicoracle Photography on Facebook then you have probably already seen these photos, but I figured what better time than now to share some of the photos from my last trip to Philadelphia in October.  I was seriously amazed at the fall trees.  I don't know what I was expecting, but I was completely blown away by the fall landscapes and I am almost embarassed to show these photos because they really do not do the beauty of the season justice!  I can't wait to get back to Philly to see if any of those beautiful leaves are hanging on for me to photograph!

This is the only decent self portrait I was able to get.  I TOTALLY sympathize with any of you who are completely uncomfortable in front of the camera!  You'd think because I am a photographer I would know how to act in front of the camera, but when you point a camera at me I freeze up and put on my best crazy face.  If the first photo doesn't come out it just goes down hill from there because I get more and more scared of the next photo will look like and end up with a whole lotta photos of what I would look like if I were a gremlin.  My cure?  A photo of my hair!


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  2. Anonymous on January 4, 2011 at 8:53 AM

    These are so fantastic!!

  3. Mark de Zabaleta on January 12, 2011 at 10:47 AM

    Excellent !

  4. Melissa on January 22, 2011 at 4:38 PM

    Your photos are gorgeous! Very earthy and fresh! :)