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Not Quite a Maiden Voyage…

OK, I was really bummed.  My friend Steve Burns invited me to tag along on his Yosemite workshop a weekend about a month ago and I just could not make that work for me.  I’ve been way behind on all … Continue reading

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Questions re RoadTrek

Fascinating, after blogging now for a number of years spread out over two blogs (this one and what I call my “rant” blog), two topics have gotten the most emails sent directly to me:  the post(s) on Jim Bowie and … Continue reading

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“The PHOTO REPORT” – The First Report

Well I promised news of a new project but it took a week or so longer than I anticipated to get it to a place I was comfortable announcing it.  But here goes.  Thanks to an astonishing and generous cooperation … Continue reading

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A New Rocinante Jr.

In a sequence of events that still leaves me highly irregular to think about, the little white Westfalia shown in the blog on the Bristlecone Pines trek is no longer part of my future’s plans.  To use a sailing metaphor, … Continue reading

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FINDING (AND SHOWING) THE FOCAL POINT

At the judge’s panel for the SD Fair we talk a lot about how it is not the judge’s job to find the real photo somewhere inside of the photo that was submitted… it’s the job of the photographer.  But … Continue reading

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Re Making Schools Safe(r)

I did not expect to post another entry so soon.  But I’ve begun to get some great responses to my book on dealing with Active School Shooters titled “Making Schools Safe(r)” and available in both Amazon and direct from the … Continue reading

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Photo Trek Prepping, Part 1

Landscape photographers all have one thing in common… they spend a lot of time in nature.  Out in the woods, up in the mountains, down in the deserts, etc.  It’s true that while some are serious back-packers and haul camping … Continue reading

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