Jul 17, 2010

Amber's Photos

I last wrote about Evidence Tech Amber, and her tendency not to photograph actual evidence, but rather me- doing whatever is humorous or embarrassing. Here is the photo you all requested-me in my putrification mask:


It seems as though there are more of these sorts of photos; luckily, I'm not the only target. What follows is the story of more of Amber's pics that were taken last Thursday:

Detectives Drew and Kasey worked up a suspect in a murder (I think it was number 6 of 11 so far this year). After making the arrest, Detective Kasey gets info. that the murder weapon was tossed into a local waterway. Sgt Mike thought that we could probably go and try to find the gun ourselves, mostly because he has a cool salmon boat, and it's been in the upper 90's here. What a great idea, right? We all thought it would be a great day, playing in the water, maybe finding critical evidence at the same time; where is the downside? Of course, Amber HAD to come and take some photos... in case we did find evidence. I went and grabbed some of my wet suits, and met the guys by the river. Drew and I changed into wet suits (he burrowed one of my shorties, and I got into my surfer O'Neil).

Unfortunately (for Drew), I didn't notice that he had put the wet suit on BACKWARDS until he was posing proudly for Amber:

Ya buddie, I thought you knew... the zipper goes in BACK. Sorry dude.

I was dragged behind the boat while snorkeling and looking at the bottom. Every now and then water would breach the snorkel, and I would pop up- sputtering and gasping for air; Amber was there to record every moment:


Well, nobody drowned, and we found nothing; but Amber got some laughs, along with some funny shots. After it was over, we all posed at the boat for one last photo. Detectives Brew, Drew, me, and Sgt Mike.


Ya, I know... Drew never did put the suit on right.


5 comments:

Linda said...

Love your blog!
Keep up the good work! :)

Mrs. L said...

If I hadn't seen the picture I wouldn't have believed the snorkel drag behind the boat.

Remo said...

Snorkel-drag sounds like a suspicious way of disposing of a 12-pack.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

Your blog is the perfect antitode for a blistering hot day for a weary rare blood courier.

Thanks.

And we all learn by mistakes. Thankfully, there is usually no one with a camera standing by. Roland

LdyRoxx said...

Bet he remembers how to put on a wet suit from now on. I love that Amber....she and I would get along great!