Saturday, March 5, 2011

Busy, busy bee...

Sorry for not having anything to post lately. Been really busy with work this last week - best part is that I've been working on taking pictures of the diverse and incredible work we do at the City of New Braunfels for a special project. It was a lot of work and took a lot of courage to set up and stage these shots. I felt very honored to be able to tag along with our great City employees. Here's a selection of what I took:

Building and Fire Inspectors, Doug, Billy and Matt, at the future NBISD middle school site.

Our very photogenic Emergency Dispatcher, Elva, in our 911 Center.

Nathan, our Watershed Program Manager, on the Comal River.

Connie, our Real Estate Manager, in front of the North Tributary drainage. (you should recognize her from a previous post)

Octavio and Eric, Assistant City Engineer and Construction Inspector, on the massive Walnut Avenue Expansion project.

More from Walnut Avenue.

Chad, Equipment Operator II, on the motor grader doing a street overlay on Simon Street.

Coty, one of our great Police Officers, at Fischer Park.

Dwayne and Kyle, our Airport Maintenance Technicians, fueling an aircraft at the New Braunfels Municipal Airport.

More from the airport.

Alex, a Parks Maintenance Worker, preparing a concrete pad for a water fountain at JAWS Skate Park.

Sandy D, our Sign Shop Technician, maintaining a way finding sign.

Fred, one of our Mechanics, changing an air filter on a solid waste collection vehicle.

And last but not least, our 100 foot aerial truck at Central Fire Station.

So apparently, at least for this set of pictures, I prefer a left heavy thirds composition. My next photography assignment will be posted this Tuesday, so I'll work on it for a while and then share with you. Thanks again for following.