Throwing Candy

December 8, 2008

A light month

Filed under: Uncategorized — erickayne @ 12:42 am

Hi Loyal Viewers,

By light a light month, I by no means light in terms of workload, only in terms of pictures I have to show. I wish I had more, but I don’t, so please enjoy what I have. I’m thinking about starting a new project or two in the coming month, so stay tuned. I’m kind of excited about them and the initial results have been encouraging.



Cameron Tanju, 7, smashes ice into his face at the Snow Flurry at the Museum of Natural Science were 80,000 pounds of shaved ice posed as snow in the mild Houston afternoon.


HPD officer Joslyn Johnson makes a statement to the press at Memorial Hermann Hospital after an officer shooting in the 6000 block W. Sunforest Dec. 7, 2008. Johnson is the wife of deceased HPD officer Rodney Johnson who died two years ago in the line of duty.


HPD Chief of Police Harold Hurtt and Mayor Bill White walk from Memorial Hermann Hospital to where the media has set up to make statements regarding an officer shooting and death in the 6000 block W. Sunforest Dec. 7, 2008.


Lance Daniels, 20, wears the champion turkey hat after winning in the 13 and over competition during as contestants did their best turkey imitations to win prizes Nov. 15, 2008 in Houston at the Houston Zoo. Judging was based on best vocal call and strutting ability.


A woman crosses a skybridge on Caroline St. in downtown Houston.


Houston Fire Department and Haz-Mat team responded to a gas smell and reports of children feeling nauseous and light-headed, Nov. 14, 2008 in Houston at Harvard Elementary School. Some children were transported to area hospitals for observation.


Nathaniel Watson, a client from The Star of Hope Woman and Family Emergency Center, puts a coat on a homeless woman as Charles Williams, outreach coordinator at Star of Hope, looks on near downtown Houston.


Fans wave to Juanes as he arrives with other celebrities Nov. 13, 2008 in Houston during the Latin Grammys.


Jim Gesser, dressed as a Berzerker Barbarian, left, battles with Nicholas Monti, 8, of Magnolia at theTexas Renaissance Festival, Nov. 9, 2008 in Plantersville, TX. The festival was filled with thousands there to enjoy a journey into the Medieval past with stage shows, amusements and Middle Ages-themed food.


Kimberly Scales hangs an ornament for a friend who passed away from AIDS as participants gathered to celebrate World AIDS Day Dec. 1, 2008 in Houston, TX at Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital. Those attending the ceremony had a chance to place holiday ornaments on a “Tree of Remembrance” during the program to honor friends, family members and loved ones who have been affected by HIV/AIDS.


Lleno Sanchez carries a flocked Christmas tree to a customer’s car at Houston Garden Centers.


Shoppers walk through the Galleria in Houston, TX.



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