Spend this Friday the 13th with someone special.
On Saturday, April 30, I got catfished over on my @yonduonterra Instagram account. A guy I thought I knew asked for help with something and, in the process of helping him avoid a scam, I fell victim to one.
I really need to break out my old Sony Alpha D-SLR and try out some of these tricks. This guy (CrimsonViper1138) has some really simple ideas that look fantastic.
Our second day in Seattle, and last full day of our vacation, we spent at MoPOP and just generally wandering Seattle.
This was our first of two true days of all Seattle and nothing but Seattle. Total tourist stuff. Seattle Aquarium, the Great Wheel, harbor and locks boat tour, Chihuly Gardens and Museum, and the Space Needle.
Day 3 from the Emerald City, yo! Actually, this was our driving trip outside Seattle and down into Oregon. We’ve got Mt. Rainier, Alder Dam, Mt. St. Helens, and sites from Twilight, The Goonies, and 10 Things I Hate About You.
Some shots from day two of our Seattle family vacation at Funko HQ in Everett, the Bruce and Brandon Lee gravesites, and the Jimi Hendrix Memorial…
Some shots from our drive into the Olympic Peninsula, the Bainbridge Island > Seattle Ferry, and around Pike Place Market.
It was a good weekend. I mean, of course it was Halloween, which can improve the outlook of any say, however bleak. And we had great weather pretty much all weekend after what was pretty close to a week or two of rain.
I just thought I’d share some random photos I snapped this weekend with y’all. Just ‘cause.
It’s always interesting to see what happens when Nathan decides to play with the selfie camera on his iPad.
Happy Friday the 13th, y’all! The holiday that can happen several times a year or… never! But it’s the inconsistency that I love.
I snapped this photo in downtown Arlington Heights, IL, around this time 11 years ago. We were stopping off to buy a gift card for one of Katie’s family members when I saw a broken skateboard ditched on a sidewalk outside a store.
Man, that post-vacation crash is real, isn’t it? Brutally so. Now I know why so many of my coworkers took the final two days off this week. Recovery. So important.
I don't have nearly as many photos for you today. It was a slow, relaxing day and I tried to stay off my phone as much as possible save for driving directions.
I can’t believe we’ve already hit the final full day of our vacation. Where did the time go?? Well, enjoy these photos. I may have more tomorrow from our departure. We shall see.
Here are some photos from day 4 of our trip. Enjoy!
I'm really not sure what to title this post. I chose “LA01/03” because it’s my first generic post about days 1 and 3 of our trip to the Los Angeles area (Disney was day 2).
I’m gonna make this simple and just post some photos from our trip to Disneyland today. Sound good?
Do you remember that post about early morning walks and sunrises? Sometimes, even when it's dreary, it's still beautiful...
I got a pop-up on my phone about an hour ago of a like on an Instagram photo I took from a name I didn't recognize. About 15 minutes ago, I received another notification of a comment on a photo from another name I didn't recognize. Both were attached to the same image in my account.
Early morning walks are the best. Few people. Little to no traffic. No construction sounds. And views like this.
For the last several weeks, I’ve been making it a point to go out nearly daily for walks or bike rides.
There was a time when we could get dozens of photos of Nathan in a single session. Then he started moving and didn’t stop. Or, if he does stop, he doesn’t give us a photo friendly face.
Has anyone else noticed that you can no longer actually take photos within the Instagram app anymore?
As I’ve got nothing much else worthwhile to say right now, I’m just going to take a moment to point out that I have surpassed the 5,000 post mark on Instagram! WOO!!
...Junction, what's your function?
Hooking up phrases and clauses that balance, like.
Okay, sorry, no more Schoolhouse Rock. Though the temptation be mighty! This is about the great Conjunction in the sky... the alignment of Jupiter, Saturn, and Earth that happens every 400ish years and is theorized by Johannes Kepler as being the celestial event that guided the wisemen to Jesus' birth manger in Bethlehem.
I’m really struggling right now to come up with a photography idea for 2021. I don’t want to do more macro cassette covers. I’m not sure I want to do regular macro photos. I failed miserably when I tried to do short stories based on a photo.
This morning before I started work, I went for a walk around the neighborhood. I knew it wouldn't be a long walk because it was really cold and it had snowed overnight, but I wanted to get some motion in before I spent the rest of the day sitting in front of my laptop.
Ten years ago today, I was in the midst of a Photo365 Challenge. One photo every day for a full year. I’m not sure if I finished it or not. I should really check into that.
Back when I worked at Aurora University, my buddy Eric (the Pitchfork Music Festival-attending buddy) and I used to take this blue goo that I had for strengthening your hands and forearms and put it on top of toys and other random items and let it "melt" over them for a day or two and admire the results. I swore we used to take pictures of them, but I cannot find those photos anywhere and they pre-dated the iPhone so they're certainly not in the cloud anywhere. So I'm wondering if they actually happened or not.
On Sunday, Nathan and I went to our local park to have some 1:1 Nerf gun wars. While we were there, a guy and his son came by with a medium sized styrofoam box containing this...
One of my favorite things about Instagram is discovering an absolutely amazing photographer who also shares their skill for all on IG instead of just the professional photography sites. I mean, I really don't follow the pro sites anymore at all. Not even Flickr and I still, technically, use Flickr.
I love you, Chicago.