Monthly Archives: March 2014

I need some help. I’m working on a continuing series of local barn photographs, and I need some suggestions. I could drive around the local gravel backroads endlessly searching for barns (or other interesting farm structures), but there’s just so much ground to cover, and many I find are on private property. If you know […]

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I realize that fog might be an odd thing to love, since most people seem to think of it as a weather inconvenience, a hindrance to an otherwise lovely day. But not me. The first things I do every morning are come downstairs, feed Nika, and look out our west windows to see if the […]

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So I recently spent a week with my wife, daughter, and grandparents in South Padre Island, Texas. The trip marked an important return to normalcy for Teri and me, since it served as a resumption to our pastime of semi-distant travelling (ie, the type that is far enough from home to merit a plane ride). […]

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