Monthly Archives: April 2017

More Than a Barrel of Junk

As I was waiting on a friend to help shoot some cattle photos, I noticed this barrel full of junk sitting beside the barn. It was hard not to notice the detail and the variety of colors and textures. As I looked through the viewfinder I realized this was more than just a barrel of junk....
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When Being Organized Is Not Enough

After trumping my great uncles ace, ending our game of five-point pitch, he threw down his cards, looked me in the eye and laughed as he said, “When you pit skill against luck, luck wins most the time.” When you are eight years old, you don’t forget moments like that and have no clue you will...
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When the Perfect Image Is Just Out of Your Reach

The yearly peak bloom of the cherry blossoms is one of the most anticipated events in Washington, DC.  Photographers and nature lovers clear their calendars when the official dates are announced. Being organized is the key to capturing images before the crowds are out in force. This year, circumstances have been a bit different.  Several weeks...
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