Monthly Archives: January 2013

“The longest journey of any person is the journey inward”

Shot with the Sony NEX 6 on an overcast day, while looking for color, light and inspiration. Aperture priority, f/9, 1/60s, ISO 640, edited in LR4. Quote by Dag Hammarskjold (Swedish Statesman and United Nations official, 1905-1961).

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The Dada Time-lapse

Millions upon millions have seen it.  ABC News picked it up and viral it’s gone.  It’s a bonafide four minute and thirteen second ode to good parenting. Because he thought it better to actually show mommy what he and his … Continue reading

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Food for thought – What is your photography all about?

A guest post by Prentis Drew In a previous post: Jack Hollingsworth: “iPhone photography is as good as a DSLR” there were a number of responses that ran the gamut from, “I don’t think so,” to, “Best camera ever,” and … Continue reading

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Embracing the New in the New Year

I wish I could say it was enlightenment, that it was an artistic revelation that drove me to it.  The clean slate.  The fresh start.  Beginning anew… It’s 2013.  I recall a time when the year 2000 seemed so far … Continue reading

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My 2013 Wish List

One third of new year’s resolutions are broken by the end of January, according to the New York Times. So resolutions, these are not. But these are my hopes and wishes for the new year, in no particular order. I … Continue reading

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