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Down the Road

Down the Road

Here we are, the final day of my project 365 (err…366). Last year at this time I started on this journey, mainly to help catalogue the tremendous number of photos I took on vacation that year. It turned into a little more, as I sprinkled in some new photos and became a lot more acquainted with my camera and my editing software. It’s been a wonderful journey, and I thank you for joining me. This isn’t the end, though. I’ll still be taking photos, editing photos, posting photos… and I’ll also start getting back to the original intent of this blog, which was more than photography. Watch this space for more photos, as well as general blog posts, marketing and social media related blog posts, and whatever else catches my attention at the moment (that was, after all, my original goal in starting this blog).

Thank you all very much, and I’ll see you down the road a little ways!

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Round and Round

Round and Round

Darkness is Fallen

Darkness is Fallen

I’m always looking for new ways to see the world; it’s one of the things I love about photography. Sometimes, though, what I see in my mind does not exist in nature and I have to seek out a way to create it. This is a perfect example of that. It’s a very abstract image, but it conveys a lot more (to my interpretation, anyway) than what a much more straightforward capture would.

Saaave the Clocktower

Saaave the Clocktower

And save it they did. Except this one isn’t in Hill Valley, it’s in Spokane, Washington.

Wedding Day

Wedding Day

Uncage Me

Uncage Me

RedWhiteBlue

RedWhiteBlue

“The American Revolution was a beginning, not a consummation.” ~Woodrow Wilson
“Liberty is always dangerous, but it is the safest thing we have.” ~Harry Emerson Fosdick
“In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved.” ~Franklin D. Roosevelt

Happy Independence Day, everyone!