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Dear Summer…

Dear Summer,

We know it’s getting late in the year, but please don’t leave.   We still have so many things we want to do with you before you go!  Don’t get us wrong, we love your cousins Fall & Winter, but they just aren’t the same!

 

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Please stay.

 

Yours,

Bohm-Marrazzo Photography

 

 

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Mandy

From the new series, “We Found Them In A Box” …

Photo #8:  Mandy, the Schipperke.

Top 3 Reasons why we love this photo:

1.  The matching hairstyles on the little girl and Mandy are the greatest!

2. Who doesn’t have a childhood photo in a sailor costume?

3. How incredibly tough, yet gorgeous they both look.

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Emerson Fittipaldi

From the new series, “We Found Them In A Box” …

Photo #2:  Emerson Fittipaldi at Indy 500, March 1986.

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Finishing in 7th —

This happy blogger once wanted to be a race car driver — what did you want to be when you were a kid? Are you doing that now?

“In 1986, Marlboro increased its auto racing involvement,
sponsoring its first Indy Car entry . The Marlboro #20 March 86C,
prepared by Patrick Racing, was driven by two-time Formula One
World Champion Emerson Fittipaldi . Marlboro was Fittipaldi’s
sponsor in 1974 when he won his second Formula One World Title
with the Marlboro McLaren Team . Fittipaldi won his first Indy
Car race for Marlboro at Elkhart Lake .” –http://legacy.library.ucsf.edu/documentStore/w/o/o/woo48c00/Swoo48c00.pdf

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Kicking it Old School

Hey! Remember that time when we decided to go through a disastrous box of old slides and negatives!?!  … well, we definitely came across some awesome photos from the past!

Introducing our new series of “We found them in a box” photos — Every week we will post a new fun find — let us know what you think, how they make you feel (old, perhaps?), or simply that you’re just as curious to see more as we are!

Photo #1:  Kicking it Old School 

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{Fashionista Fran, SuperCool Sam, Denim Daisy or Sporty Sally}

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PB&J

Alright everyone… it’s time to get real.  Peanut Butter and Jam sandies (otherwise known as PB&J) are maybe one of the worlds better inventions.  From its beginning, it was a match made in Heaven.    This magical union supposedly originated in the USA and according to Wikipedia, “A 2002 survey showed the average American will have eaten 2,500 of these sandwiches before graduating from high school.”  I believe I am one of those stats they are talking about.

You can make a PB&J without using real peanut butter – this we have learned from all of our allergy friends out there — cashew butter, almond butter or even no-nut peabutter – can still do the trick.

Now, we happened to stumble on the greatest Buzzfeed post — The most delicious pull we got from their take on PB&J’s came in the form of French Toast —- YUMMMMM!

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Once again… YUM.  

If you’ll all excuse me… I’m going to the kitchen.

 

To see the original hero that made this , please see the following… http://www.macaroniandcheesecake.com/2012/03/peanut-butter-jelly-french-toast-sandwich.html

For Buzzfeeds other amazing collection of PB&J delights…http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelysanders/better-peanut-butter-jelly-sandwich-hacks

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BOHM-MARRAZZO WINS AGAIN!

Proudly showing off our two First Place awards from The New Jersey Ad Club 2012!

Proudly showing off our two First Place awards from The New Jersey Ad Club 2012!

3 Wins for Bohm-Marrazzo Studios!

We had a great time working with such wonderful teams to create some truly beautiful work. Thank you to the Bailey Group and Splash News for all the time and effort!

Keep reading to see the winning shots!

Dogs and cats as London Olympic Medalists

Dogs and cats as London Olympic Medalists

First Place: Photography Campaign “London Olympic Medalists”

Shot for Splash News, our furry friends helped us out to create this awesome campaign. Riplee The Boxer, Luca The Swimmer, and our three feline finalists Pippi, Riplee, and Bonnie.

Young boy and his dog playing in the mud for Suncast Ad

Young boy and his dog playing in the mud for Suncast Ad

First Place: Lifestyle and People “Suncast Ad”

Getting messy with this young boy and his dog helped us capture the essence of the outdoors for the Bailey Agency. What a great way to spend our Monday!

Little girl having fun playing with bubbles

Little girl having fun playing with bubbles

Second Place: Still Life/Miscellaneous “Let Me Try” 

The minute we pulled out these bubbles, this adorable little girl lit up the room with laughs. We had such a fun day working with her to get this gorgeous shot!

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Graduation

As the school season comes to an end, we happily start cleaning out our lockers, finishing up those doodles on our desks and count down the days until Mr. SoandSo from chemistry gives us back our confiscated items. 

For those of you who have at least another year until graduation… hang in there!  You can do it!  

Here are some helpful hints to get you through the rest of your school years.. 

1. Study – for real. Sometimes learning can actually be fun!

2. Eat more veggies!  The greener, the better.

3. De-clutter.  It’ll help your concentration.

4. SLEEP.  Try it.  And we don’t mean sleeping through the morning… we mean an actual good nights rest.

For those of you putting on that cap and gown.. we would like to wish you well!  CONGRATS!  Happy Graduation!  Good Luck!

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Cookies, anyone?

Ah! The joys of baking…or should we say the madness of it!

Coming from a family of bakers and cooks, this blogger definitely caught that gene much later in life.  Only recently have the stove fires stopped, the microwave explosions come to a halt and the wonderful cloud of flour settled.   There is much do respect for those of whom baking and cooking come naturally.  To be able to eyeball that perfect amount of this, and throw in that exact dash of that… now, thats skill!

Here are some helpful tips for the kitchen, coming from experience….

1. I fell in love with different size glass mixing bowls – measure everything out ahead of time.  This will help control any disasters caused by the flimsy plastic “spice-shaker-controller-thing-that-always-manages-to-come-off-when-you-obviously-dont-need-THAT-much-cinnamon-in-your-mix-thing”.

2. Read the recipes ahead of time, and all the way through.  There is nothing worse than getting overly ambitious just to find out that the mix of sorts was supposed to take a nap in the fridge for five hours

3. Don’t take it too seriously – so what if your cake was “supposed” to look a certain way!  It’ll taste better now anyways! And those cookies are underbaked? Oh well! It’s not like you weren’t already eating the raw dough…yes, we all know you were!

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The moral of this story is… get out there, get messy and have fun!

 

Happy Baking!

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