Malone Kaak Senior Photo Shoot for 2013

I'd like you to meet one of our local seniors, Malone Kaak, who came out to our farm a few weeks ago for his senior photos. As I mentioned on a previous senior photo shoot post I don't normally do senior photos, but this was my other exception for the year. Malone was a great…

Malone Kaak Senior Photo Shoot for 2013

I'd like you to meet one of our local seniors, Malone Kaak, who came out to our farm a few weeks ago for his senior photos. As I mentioned on a previous senior photo shoot post I don't normally do senior photos, but this was my other exception for the year. Malone was a great…

Spring Forward with Faces Ready for Some Warm Weather

Today is that day, finally, where we get some light back in the day. You rarely hear so many people complain collectively about one thing as you do Daylight Savings Time. I've yet to run into someone who loves going back and forth each fall and spring, most would rather just stay on DST to…

A Photographic Look at the Faces of Uganda :: Part 2

This is part two of a post I did last week (part 1) on the faces of Uganda. This set of images was a quick project related to the kids at African Renewal Ministries (ARM), which is the ministry group in charge of the sponsor child program we work with at Cornerstone Church. This is…

A Photographic Look at the Faces of Uganda :: Part 1

Today I finally had a chance to process some more photos from the shoot in Uganda. These were specifically pulled out for the kids, and there were way too many to put into one single post so I broke this up into two pieces. I'm not sure what preconceived stereotypes you have in your head…

The View from Estes Park Colorado in September

Our view from the cabin in Estes Park looks out over Longs Peak, which just got a dusting of snow over the last night or two. The temps are above freezing at around 8,000 feet where we are, barely, but it's cold enough. I don't get a chance to do self-portraits very often but I…

Learning to Processing 16684 Miles and 15418 Photos :: Friday Feet

Apparently I didn't exactly take 1 photo per mile traveled on this trip to Africa but I came pretty close. I'm still trying to recover from sitting in a metal tube at 35,000 feet for some 20 hours but I'm also trying to figure out how to process what we saw and did on this…

Starting the 4th of July Holiday Weekend :: Friday Feet

This 4th of July holiday weekend seems to have snuck up on me. I didn't realize it was the holiday weekend until about mid-week, days just seem to be flying by at such a fast pace, can't believe we are already basically mid-summer. I tried out some test shots on Deb tonight, something she is…

The Late-Late Edition of Friday Feet

So this is still Friday for another 5 minutes, meaning I just did get this post in before it would be totally irrelevant... well maybe that's already the case anyway, but after reading my rss feeds tonight I realized I hadn't finished this post. This week has been so busy, or maybe just off kilter…

My Father-in-Law and a Real Dallas Morning News-paper

I am still going through all the different shots from last weekend but pulled this shot out of my Father-in-Law that I just love. I hadn't seen a news paper in so long that I had to pull out my camera. I love the mix of old and new this shot portrays. To see more…