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When my kids were younger, we used to take walks to the nearby railroad trestle. It was fun to flatten pennies, hunt for railroad spikes and watch the trains go by. On one of our adventures I snapped this photo … Continue reading
My girl’s heart is bigger than mine. From the earliest of days, she has seen the beauty in the ugly, the kind in the mean, and the sun in the rain. She loves Jesus and has a relationship with Him … Continue reading
There are many ways to show love and honor in this world. It may be as simple as holding a door open for a stranger or as extravagant as feeding a multitude of homeless people Christmas dinner and lavishing them … Continue reading
Consuming the daily diet of misery given us by the news media or viewing of political memes and posts on Facebook can really drain a person of hope for humanity and the future of our nation. While I know exactly … Continue reading
I had the recent honor of capturing Maternity Photos for my beautiful niece Crystal. Avery is due soon and she asked me if I’d take some time during my vacation to Southern California to capture photographs before his arrival. I … Continue reading
This is a great butterfly my princess created on her arm. She used Glitter Glam Body Design to do it. Thanks to a great neighbor for the fantastic birthday gift.
I snapped this image with my iPhone from the drive thru of a local coffee shop. It’s as it was taken, without filters or editing save a small crop.
I ran across this article from PetaPixel today. There’s a group of Photoshop guru’s that are colorizing historic black and white images and the results are astounding. PetaPixel author, Michael Zhang, wrote the following article. Colorizing Photoshoppers Put a New … Continue reading
This past weekend I did a crazy down and back Saturday/Sunday motorcycle ride from my home in Lacey, WA to Crescent City, CA. 921.0 miles on the trip odometer in two days. It was a long ride in the heat … Continue reading