Three Photos by the Author’s Actually Talented Wife

There’s no reason to believe — even though it’s true — that the present author has a wife who’s beautiful both in the face part and mind part of her body.

Below are three photos by that same wife-lady from a trip the author and said wife took to a pair of High-A California League games in Lake Elsinore and then Rancho Cucamonga in 2009, I think it was.

All images are both (a) embiggenable via clicking and (b) stolen directly from the aforementioned wife’s very poorly maintained website.

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Carson Cistulli occasionally publishes spirited ejaculations at The New Enthusiast.

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  1. AlexandertheMeh says:

    Very nice shots. You have definitely out kicked your coverage Cistulli.

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  2. Jason says:

    God bless a woman who uses film (120 at that!), and develops and scans her own! Except for that color image. That’s pretty clean. Might want to clean the lens, dust the scanner, and check that soup!

    The top image looks Zeiss-like. Standard lens (75-80mm). Fuji Acros, or Kodak TMAX?

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  3. Danny Knobgobbler says:

    Also notable in the album is Carson’s footwear in the photo titled “Soccer Carson.” Essential latchkey child gear for yours truly back in the day.

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    • Virginie Lebeau says:

      Since having read the last comment yesterday, I giggle every time I come across a reference to Danny Knobler. Damn you, sir.

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  4. Stuck in a slump says:

    Carson, are you surprised about your wife’s talent? It sounds like it. If I had posted something like this with the exact same title I’d be in the dog house. I hope that Mrs Cistulli is more understanding and/or forgiving.

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    • Marty says:

      I believe you have misinterpreted his tone. To me, the title is a way for Mr. Cistulli to imply that, in his own mind, his wife’s talents are more significant than his own.

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