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Happy Thanksgiving!

I hope everyone this year is having a good Thanksgiving with friends and family. While your enjoying your day off be sure to say thanks for all that you have in life. No matter how small you have to be grateful.

November 26th, 2015 | Comments Off on Happy Thanksgiving!

Keep it Simple this Holiday

There has been numerous studies over the last couple of years on how our brains, specifically how memories are formed, filter information in and out and what is preserved. They have found that most can remember the general info, who, what, when, where but the more specifics of the event like the time of day, […]

November 24th, 2015 | Comments Off on Keep it Simple this Holiday

A Good Day For a Hike

This past week brought the tail end of a huge storm that passed across the western half of the United States and that tail end brought snow and wind for us. Friday saw the last of it leading into a beautiful weekend of sunshine and thin clouds. It was the perfect time to be out […]

November 23rd, 2015 | Comments Off on A Good Day For a Hike

The Alaska Siberia Lend Lease Act

Seventy three years ago today marks the anniversary of the completion of the Alaska Highway. The original highway was 1,700 miles long and connects the lower forty eight states, through Canada up to Alaska. Today the highway is 1,387 miles long and is entirely paved. Since the development of the road it has since been […]

November 20th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Alaska Siberia Lend Lease Act

The Aero Commander 500

There’s a good reason why you should never write blog posts when you’re tired, you tend to forget to click on something important, like publish. Guess where I’m going with this. I thought I had this post ready to go when I clicked out but I guess I didn’t. Oh well better late then never. […]

November 19th, 2015 | Comments Off on The Aero Commander 500

Knowledge is Key

It’s funny as you get older the things that start meaning more to you. When you’re a kid all you can think about is the next toy or the next game that will be more fun then the last. In some ways being a photographer is like being an adult kid. We travel a lot, […]

November 17th, 2015 | Comments Off on Knowledge is Key

What to do during Hibernation

It’s that time of the year again up here in the north when the days are shorter and the office work never ceases. Yep, this is when all those files that got looked over are finished from the year, new projects are put into the works for next year, articles are written and office upgrades […]

November 16th, 2015 | Comments Off on What to do during Hibernation

First Thoughts on the Epson P400

I have had my Epson SureColor P400 for about a week now learning what this new printer can do. I have to say it’s quite impressive. The P400 is the smallest and lightest of the SureColor P Series. It’s physically not much bigger then the Epson R2880 I’m replacing but it has some great features. […]

November 13th, 2015 | Comments Off on First Thoughts on the Epson P400

The P-51 Mustang

I finally decided to write about the Mustang. I was holding off for a long time because it’s a plane with such a well known history and such a glorified history that there really wasn’t anything more I could say about it but since it is important with what I’m trying to accomplish here so […]

November 12th, 2015 | Comments Off on The P-51 Mustang

Honoring Veterans Day

Today is Veterans Day. A day that everyone should be thankful for those that helped make these country what it is and the sacrifice they gave. I’ve had the great fortune of the years to have met and talked with many vets, while most of them fought in WWII they all had the same message. […]

November 11th, 2015 | Comments Off on Honoring Veterans Day