A travel log from my trip to Taos, NM from Orem, UT to climb Wheeler Peak, and see lots of fun things.
I was convinced I was not going another step and I was willing to accept falling a bit short of making it to the summit that was about 200 yards away.
My friend, who happens to be one of the world's greatest photographers, Richard R. Barron, recently posted about a filter that he applied to a picture that he took when he and I were hiking in Canyonlands. He applied the HDR filter and discovered a lot of data in the image that totally transformed the image. … Continue reading Filtering Canyonlands
I have visited another world. Abby patiently waits while Richard and I photo geek out before dinner in Monticello, UT. No, I am serious. I have visited another world. I have been to Canyonlands National Park in Utah. It is one of the MOST AMAZING places I have ever been. More on that in a … Continue reading The Wonder of Canyonlands
As I was moving stuff around preparing for the girls' arrival tomorrow, I came across a box of my old photographs. I saw stuff that I have not seen in over 25 years. I am posting the personal relationships ones on this post. I will put some of the "newsy" ones from my old AP … Continue reading Snaps from Waaaaay Back
This post will be updated daily through Oct. 11. A double selfie, or should I say an "usie" with Richard. One of my best friends in the world, Richard Barron, issued a different kind of 30-day challenge on his blog recently, Behold a Giant Muh. Richard lives in Oklahoma, where they know how to play … Continue reading The Challenge is ON!
My good friend, Richard, sent these pix to me yesterday and today. They are from 1987ish when I lived in Bensenville, IL. I lived in the Bensenville Apartments that were 1 mile from Chicago O'Hare Airport and had a major train track outside my window. There was always the sound of a plane or a … Continue reading #TBT – Bensenville.
While visiting my friend Richard Barron this weekend, he gave me a gift.It was an AP LaserPhoto copy of a picture (shown below) I took in 1991 showing the space shuttle Discovery being carried by a 747. They were taking off from Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, OK. I worked pretty extensively for the … Continue reading AP LaserPhotos
I had one of the best weekends. Memory serves me hard to find one this good in a long time. I traveled to Byng, OK on Friday after work to visit my good friend Richard Barron. Richard and I were close friends during college at OU and for a time thereafter. However, due to my … Continue reading Shooting Forward While Going Back