Sky Watch Friday

September 10, 2010
The discussion of “signs” yesterday had me thinking about some of the recent signs I’ve seen that fall is coming. Sure there is a nice breeze in the air…the humidity has mostly faded away…and there is buzz of a Pumpkin Spice Latte at Starbucks (of course, I have checked out this speculation yet). One of my favorite “signs” that autumn is coming…is the sky. I often have a hard time catching a decent sunset during the summer, but as soon as the seasons start to turn, our skies on the east coast become God’s canvas. It is truly incredible....
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Sky Watch Friday

August 13, 2010
I took these shots on the way home from the Beer, Bourbon and BBQ
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Looking for Hearts in the Clouds

August 07, 2010
One of the items on the August 2010 Photo Hunt is “heart-shaped clouds.” I’ve been trying to wrap my head around this item for a few days now because I am pretty horrible when it comes to identifying shapes in the clouds…even if I have a huge appreciation for the skyline. Nonetheless, this item is important and I thought I’d share the reason (written from a  regular follower and support of the Photo Hunt – excerpt from the Photo Hunt’s website): “One of the families at my daughter’s school recently lost their son (Vincent) to...
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Up in the Air

July 30, 2010
As if you needed another reason to carry a camera with you (remember of course that the best camera you have is the one you have with you)…I’ve mentioned a few times that I travel pretty regularly. One of the benefits to regular air travel is all of the points I accumulate. Of course, I typically spend those points on photography gear (refer to camera bag discussion). Another benefit of air travel is the opportunity to witness such incredible beauty…above the clouds. I’m just glad I had a camera on me to capture it. This leads me to an important question…do I...
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