Tag Archives: active living

Some Great Ass at Lake Pleasant

Copyright 2014 Marc Allen Mintz

Copyright 2014 Marc Allen Mintz

Realized it’s been awhile since I’ve shared anything.  Truth is, I’m in the middle of a re-branding effort….settling on a new logo, business cards, promos, etc…..and it’s really driving me crazy.  Thought I’d settled on something recently, but after an initial bust run of cards, I decided to change it up…again.  It’s unnerving and you want to be 100% sure when you’re about to drop a ton of cash on something that’s going to “represent” you for a long time to come (or at least as long as the collateral lasts).  I’m getting there, though.  Anyway…  Continue reading

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The 7th Inning Stretch

Copyright 2012 Marc Allen Mintz(Click images for larger view)

Copyright 2012 Marc Allen Mintz
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[This is the third installment of a series highlighting active senior living in northwest Phoenix.  See the first two here and here.]

Not much to say about these really.  We all know it’s our national past time.  This is a good example where the photos say way more than I ever could about what’s going on. Continue reading

Dogfight over the Sundome!

Copyright 2012 Marc Allen Mintz(Click images for larger view)

Copyright 2012 Marc Allen Mintz
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[Ed. This is the second installment of a series on active retirement living in northwest Phoenix.  See the first one here.]

It’s been said before (but in case you’ve never heard it I’ll say it again) being a portrait photographer is like having a passport into the lives of people you would likely never have the opportunity to meet otherwise.  It’s such a great privilege that a little mechanical contraption and a genuine curiosity of people compels strangers to not only let you into their lives, but to photograph it, too, that every once in awhile I just have to say thanks.  I mean, there’s a certain responsibility that comes with it, but it’s the kind I thrive on- to share someone’s story through images in an honest, thoughtful, and intentional way. Continue reading