A sleepy little town, in the heart of the state, at the heart of the nation. Everyone is involved with agriculture or knows someone who is. The people of Partridge are laid back. One exception might be a family who just moved in from Northern Virginia, who brought their hectic lifestyles and packed schedules along. [...]
Monthly Archive for July, 2008
Rolling Out the Carpet of Light
The Best Family in the Whole Wide World!
Hint of Orange
How many unique pictures can you take of one landmark? I wondered, really wondered, if I could get an original photograph of the the tower. Seriously, how many pictures have been take of the Eiffel Tower over the years? Thousands? No doubt. Billions probably.
Nevertheless, like the millions of shutterbugs before me, I tried anyway. I [...]
It’s 12:54am. I am in a hotel room and need to get to bed in a bad sort of way… but just have to tell ya’ll a little about the Kansas Youth Chorus that is now wrapping up a tour of the Southeast United States. We’re having a good time. I think that this has [...]
I really wish I had more time to blog.
I snapped this on a hike down into an Alpine Valley. I post-processed it quite a bit to bring out the richness and contrast that was there, but didn’t show straight out of the camera.