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Soooooo…. a few months back two good friends asked to see stuff from Look3. Tonight I finally got through those fun time images.
Our new rental in Athens, Ga. has pretty great roof access. It also has a pretty awesome view from the roof as well. The wife and I have taken a couple treks up there, sometimes with the neighbors, when the sky is particularly pretty. Here are just a couple recent frames.
I’ve been itching to shoot some lightning ever since we’ve moved down to Georgia. I really love photographing weather and how it affects the surrounding area and population. These frames don’t really dive to deep into the why just some fun from the backyard last night.
Recently I got the chance to spend some time at the Extra Special People building in Watkinsville for their Fall Festival. It was an awesome time and great to see the connection that the students and faculty had with one another. Spending more time with this great group of people is pretty high on my […]
So today I left the wife and pup on the first leg of my trek to EAWXXV. Super pumped, sorta lonely and really excited to learn a ton this week. First stop was in Roanoke, VA and I got to explore a little bit. Here are some frames from the first leg of the trip
Here are a handful of images from our trip to the Georgia Aquarium. Its awesome having a chance to get to know the new place we live. Between work, my #walkswithwalter and our trips to Atlanta I’ve been a pretty busy hombre. Click on the photo to be taken to the rest of the gallery.
Last Sunday I shot the University of Michigan Law School Senior Day graduation ceremony for AnnArbor.com. United States Attorney General Eric Holder was the key note speaker for the event. The main point Holder made to the graduating law students at the University of Michigan Sunday was this. “Set aside your concerns about job prospects […]
Earlier this month I got to spend some time in Napoleon at the United Methodist Church for their annual Easter Egg Hunt. It was awesome to reconnect with some people I hadn’t seen in a while, like Pat Heselschwerdt of the Napoleon Livestock Commission who helps run the event, and meet some new folks too. […]