This Saturday I was able to photograph two sides to the Easter Story. On one side was the commercial appeal of Easter eggs and bunny ears, on the other the religious values. I started in the morning taking pictures of many kids racing around to get a bright plastic egg. Later in the day I headed to the Jesus Center for a Easter lunch meal for the homeless. Both are aspects of the Easter holiday, but are very different in nature. Which side do you celebrate? Happy Easter!
Cody Wallace, 5, searches out the best eggs during the CARD Spring Jamboree Easter Egg Hunt at the CARD Center Saturday, April 3, 2010 in Chico, Calif. (Jason Halley/Chico Enterprise-Record)
Corey Ward (top left) and Rich Hartman (top right) mingle with Maria Jaime, Brian Jaime, 3, Julian Chavez, 3, Gerardo Chavez, 9, Andrew Jaime, 8, Rosalina Jaime, and Patricia Silva (clockwise from bottom left) who enjoy a warm meal during the Jesus Center Easter Lunch for the homeless Saturday, April 3, 2010 in Chico, Calif. (Jason Halley/Chico Enterprise-Record)