Its all about video today: 1. I assembled a timelapse of my drive to Rollercon 2010 in Las Vegas this year and you should watch it. Every year, my wife’s band the Pin Ups, plays a show at the Double … Continue reading My 8,000 mph drive to Vegas, etc.
Click on image to zoom. On March 22nd, our lovely Moon visited the Seven Sisters (I once had a philosophy professor who thought he was from the Pleiades). This event is semi-rare and it always makes for a great pairing. … Continue reading Moon – Pleiades conjunction
~4 miles, 1000 feet, easy A friend and I hit up a local hill for some views and elevated heart rate. The Station Fire put us out of business for a while; it closed down many of the roads heading … Continue reading Hiking Saddleback Butte
All images taken with EF 28-135 or EF-S 55-250 IS , Canon 7D. Things are getting a little crazy at school right now, so I haven’t been out and about as much as I normally prefer (studying for finals). The … Continue reading The latest.
We were thrilled when Amber called us in to capture her sister Nicole’s baby shower because we knew there were good lookin’ babies in the family. … Continue reading Nicole’s Baby Shower
I’m in a kind of photographic ecstasy at the moment. As some of you may already know, I’ve just upgraded to the new Canon EOS … Continue reading Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix and my new Canon EOS 7D
The first time I saw a shuttle landing it was STS-4 and Roanld Reagan was there. That was July 4th, 1982. I’ll never forget how amazing that day was. There were American flags everywhere and what seemed like millions of … Continue reading Space Shuttle Discovery Landing
The first thing I saw when I walked out of my door this morning was this beautiful butterfly. Turns out he is a Papilio multicaudata or a two-tailed Swallowtail. He/she was more then willing to let me get close enough … Continue reading Ex-caterpillar