I picked up Aurora HDR. I headed out, braving the pandemic to get some bracketed exposures. Here they are!
I woke up this morning feeling sick. My wife had been down with a fever for four days. I realized that it was really cold outside and the day before, our water delivery had come. Eleven big old bottles of water sitting on the porch. I went out to start hauling them in, and looked up. I see beautiful clouds all the time, here in Idaho, but this morning was awesome. Being a the stalwart photographer that I am, I grabbed my camera and headed out the door in my flannel pajamas. Here’s what I saw…
At about four in the afternoon, my friend Kevin and I decided to make the drive to Stanley to get some photos. It was cold… Here are some of my shots from the trip.
I got to spend a few days in San Francisco this month. The hospital I work for let me attend FujiFilm’s 11th Annual Global IT Executive Summit. I spent the days in sessions and when they were over, I hit the streets. Here are some of my photos.
I took the day off, got up early and got some shots. On this morning during the festival, they let the kids take free balloon rides!
Here are a few photos from my short trip to the Fair. We spent more time looking for a parking spot than we did shooting…
This is Aubrey. I found her photo on Pinterest.
I posted this little story on Facebook and decided to write it up here so I’d always be able to find it.June 18, 2019
Today I went to pre-surgery physical therapy. As I was leaving, there was a little girl coming down the hall towards me. She was obviously sick. She had her little bald head covered with a colorful knit cap that looked like someone made it for her. She had her eyes down as she came near me and looked up just before we passed.
She looked at me and got a huge smile on her face, waved and said hi. She looked like a little angel and I swear to God by all that is holy that I almost broke into tears.
I called my wife to tell her about it and she said, “it’s probably your bald head!”
I guess being bald has its perks… I get to see angels.