I found this wonderful house right by the client that I was visiting about 45 minutes north of Dayton in Sidney, Ohio. I don’t know what moved this person to construct a little tribute to America right there on their front lawn but, I’m glad that they did.
Month: July 2009
We got invited to a private party at the Lightcatcher Winery for the 4th of July. Everyone brought a covered dish and Caris and Terry provided the venue, drinks and fireworks. We met some really nice folks. The food that everyone brought was really good and Terry must have spent a fortune on fireworks. We
Nothing screams out “North Texas” to me as much as an image of a Longhorn Cattle. These guys weren’t photoshoped other than some color and contrast tweaking and a bit of cropping. For the benefit of those that haven’t seen these type of cattle before, this is what they really look like in real life.
I’ve shot literally thousands of images at my kids sports events over the years and I think that I’ve got some tips that other parents and photographers might find useful. Get Inside the FenceShooting through the typical chain-link fences at baseball games in almost all cases does nothing for your photography. Don’t be shy but