As you know, I have been doing the 365 project. And although I stopped posting the photos here without any fanfare, I have done really well capturing every day this year but one with a photo that is representative of the day (the one day I missed featured a whoops). Here’s a collection of thumbnails from the past couple of… Read More
Left Wordless By Visiting a Flower Farm — Lots of Irises & Peonies!
Last weekend I was in Oregon for work. As I headed back to Portland from Salem, I saw a flower farm and decided to get off of the interstate. I didn’t doubleback to that farm, but luckily I caught a sign for another one — it was Brooks Gardens in Brooks, OR (Brooks Gardens website, Brooks Gardens Facebook page and PeonyGrower… Read More
Farm Youth Showing Goats, Pigs, Cattle & Sheep
A few years ago I had no idea what “showing livestock” meant and now here I am posting a few photos (and a short slide show) of a livestock show taken by my friend Ryan Goodman of Agriculture Proud. I went to my first livestock show a few years ago…. it is amazing how much can be learned by going… Read More
365 Project Week 11: Will Spring 2013 Ever Arrive???
Here I am, late again with my 365 project shots of the day for the past week! I hope you have had a great week and would love to know whether spring still exists somewhere… I am beginning to think its all an elaborate hoax! Flower Like — 74 / 365 Seeing lots of spring from other photographers but not… Read More
365 Project Week 10: Photos from Around St. Louis
This is a week spent all at home. And you can really see the different kind of stuff I can get myself into! St. Louis will be getting more diverse coverage too since the days are getting longer! A Serious Majorette — 67 / 365 I still remember the first time I drove past this sign at night…. I was really… Read More
Bethany Hills Camp — One of My Happy Places
Last week’s 365 project post included a photo that drew a decent amount of attention. I thought because I had edited the photo a good amount, it may be good for me to share the original and the edited version as my mostly wordless Wednesday Here’s the view I saw. It was close to noon. I was standing in the… Read More
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