The Milky Way

So, here we are, spinning at just over 1,000 MPH, circling the sun at some 67,000 MPH, our whole solar...

Ditching the goal

Yesterday was my last day at Bank of America. I’m between jobs at the moment, for 10 days. At this...

Accessibility

As I was looking through a few of the photos that I took while I was in Ohio, recently, I...

Akron, perfect for portraits!

This handsome fellow is “Baby Dale”. Anyone who is a friend of my niece Venus knows who this is. She...

Well, this is the last post of 2008. I have no resolutions nor promises for the new year. I’ll just see where the road takes me. I’ve enjoyed your company throughout the year and hopefully I can meet some of…

According to Lightroom, I’ve taken 11,470 pictures this year, but the year ain’t over yet. My count just rolled over to 10,250 images on my D300. In cruising through the photos, I see that I’ve been a number of places…

From top down: Moon, Jupiter, Mercury, lighthouse By the time that I left work today, about 5:15, or so, the sun was nearly at the horizon. Sunset was 5:21 PM. I figured that I could at least make it to…

I don’t use live view often, but it can come in handy. I find it pretty useful for taking shots that are close to the ground, especially when I don’t feel like getting my cheeks on the wet grass or…

Click for more photos Yesterday, I went back to a place that my friend Earl took me too: The Bullhole. The Bullhole is small dam that provides a minimal amount of electricity for something, but provides and infinite variety of…