Rock Boobs – Been A Weird Week ::

February 26, 2009 | Editorial Photography Family

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It’s been a weird week.

• Friday – Meg and I flew to San Francisco where I was supposed to shoot a wedding with Marc.

• Saturday AM – I got the call that I needed to get on home to say goodbye to Dad. We are told he won’t make it till Monday. That’s when we were supposed to be flying home. Thank you Cliff for covering our butt at the wedding on Sunday.

• Saturday PM – Meg and I have a chance to meet up with photo pals Ann, Gene, Jose, and Joel which means we didn’t go to bed really. Jose & Joel are awesome. Nice meeting you fellas BTW. Meg and I get back to the hotel at 2am or something stupid.

• Sunday AM – We leave the rental car with Marc. Meg and I catch the first flight home to Atlanta at 6am.

• Sunday PM – Stand around my Dad’s hospital bed all evening talking about what a remarkable recovery from the edge of death he is making.

• Early Tuesday AM – Called to the hospital. Numbers are dropping fast.

• Wednesday PM – Stand around my Dad’s hospital bed all evening talking about what a remarkable recovery from the edge of death he is making.

• Thursday – Shoot with Holiday Parade. Lady flashes her rock boobs at us.

I wonder what the weekend will bring.

Cheers, Zack




Discussion

  • Broderick said on February 26, 2009

    Awesome shot! Looks like a fun shot. Best wishes for the weekend

  • zack said on February 26, 2009

    Thanks!

  • Janine said on February 26, 2009

    Hey Zack,
    Seems like you are on a real rollercoaster of a ride at the moment. Life is strange huh!

  • yvette gioia said on February 26, 2009

    I understand the chaos…im going thru the same thing with my granny who did alot of my raising. I did a photo story…it helped.
    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2016514&id=1210907993&l=c52eb
    I wish you and your family peace and comfort. smiles, Yvette

  • Jonas Peterson said on February 26, 2009

    Zack,

    You don’t know me, but I went through exactly what you’re going through with your dad. It’s the worst feeling in the world. Being called in to say goodbye is so awful, you can’t even explain it to people. And then having the person you love get better. For a second or two. You’re thrown around like a rug, with no chance to defend yourself. All I can say is I know how incredibly tough it is. Been there, hated that.

  • Henry said on February 27, 2009

    Know those times… my grandma left us suddenly… my grandpa not.

    He had have several kinds of cancer and the docs gave him about one year. In that year he had been real close to the dead, but when we stood around his bed, praying, crying, telling him stories – herecovered and went on another year.

    It’s that hard… in his mind he was totally ok, but his body not – it’s that unfair…

    I’m very thankful for that mercyful time he could share with us – so keep up your hope. There is always a time for miracles…

    Best wishes,
    Henry

  • Ilan said on February 27, 2009

    I was kinda puzzled when I saw the title of the post in my RSS reader :)
    But, was pleasantly (?) surprised when I saw the photo.
    Made me giggle :)

  • whittakerwoman said on February 27, 2009

    Oh that picture cracks me up. Their faces are priceless. Ha. h

  • David Burke said on February 27, 2009

    great to see you smiling through all of this! that shot is hilarious. praying for the best this weekend.

  • zack said on February 27, 2009

    @yvette – Those photos of your grandmother are gorgeous. Well done. Ya’ll need to go check those out.

    @Jonas & @Henry – Thank you for your understanding words.

    @Ilan – I’m glad it caught your eye!

    Cheers,
    Zack

  • Christopher said on February 27, 2009

    That is a great shot. Just too funny. Good luck with your dad. All the best.

  • Bob said on February 27, 2009

    i’m diggin the size of those rock-knocks.

  • Mike Hall said on February 27, 2009

    Zack,

    I just read Meghan’s Twitter update stating that your father has passed.

    I want you to know that Liana and I are praying for you and your family. May God’s peace and comfort shroud you all.

  • Holiday Parade said on February 27, 2009

    God bless Zack.
    So sorry to hear about your loss.
    Thank you for everything yesterday.
    Thank you.

  • theo said on February 27, 2009

    Zack,

    Thanks again for putting all of the time into and posting your Transform video. It was heartfelt and touching.

    I send you strength during this difficult time with your family. Be well.

    -theo

  • zack said on February 27, 2009

    Hi all. We lost dad this morning. He went quietly. Thanks for all the prayers and support you have shown for our family. Thank you.

    Cheers,
    Zack

  • Larry Jo said on February 27, 2009

    sorry for your loss…..god bless..

  • Shaina said on February 27, 2009

    So sorry for your loss.




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