Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Arches National Park

Early morning at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah.   The creation of our National Parks is one of the smartest decisions our government has made in the last 100 years! On August 25, 1916, President […]

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Tattoo Popularity

  Tattoo popularity is is on the rise. A recent survey revealed more than one in 10 Americans admitted to having one. And you might be surprised to hear who is getting them. Many of […]

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Humans + Animals = Better Health

Better Health If you have or have had parents in a healthcare facility you know the importance of good care.  I shot the photos attached at a facility in San Marcos, Texas where the animals live with […]

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Crystal Mill

Crystal Mill, built in 1892 is a wooden powerhouse located on an outcrop above the Crystal River in Crystal, Colorado.  It just doesn’t get much better than this! Although called a mill, it is more correctly denoted as […]

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VAROOM! VAROOM! Sprint Car

If you’re a fan of vintage race cars, dragster’s, sprint cars or funny cars you may want to check out the RACERS REUNION BANQUET in Irving, Texas. Saturday, September 27th at the Racers Reunion Banquet you […]

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Dun Diddy Dun Diddy Dun Diddy Dun – Banana! – Taco Johns

Ok,  maybe it’s Bonanza. But Little Joe and Hoss, don’t have anything on Whiplash (the banana eater) and Ben.   I shot this for the Roland Group out of Bethesda, MD.  We shot Whiplash and Ben on […]

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A day with Master Photographer, Arnold Newman

I was going through some images the other day and came across this one of me and Arnold Newman in his studio in New York, circa 1989.  I was working for photographer Greg Booth, who was […]

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