Shinobi’s Guide to Ireland Part 2

Let’s continue the trip around Ireland. Next we made our way to Killarney National Park which may have been my favorite part of the trip.  It was so beautiful there.  You could have spent at […]

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Shinobi’s Guide to Ireland Part 1

First let me say that Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever visited.  I spent 5 days driving the island and visiting national parks.  The first National Park we traveled to […]

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Blank Gallery Travel Exhibition in Athens

I have been chosen to be featured in the Blank Wall Gallery once again.  The theme of the exhibition is Travel so this waterfall picture is from the Fairy Pools in Isle of Skye, Scotland.  […]

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Rock School U.K.

I was invited by friends of mine to watch their young son Gage rock out with his band.  To say that I was impressed would be an understatement.  The Rock school was awesome is set […]

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Photographing Isle of Skye, Scotland

I was under the impression that the Lake District was the most beautiful place in the United Kingdom.  Lake District to be featured in a future blog.  My new favorite place in the U.K. is […]

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Astrophotography: The Milky Way Galaxy

Growing up in College Park, Georgia I never thought about seeing things such as the Milky Way.  It wasn’t until I lived overseas and started snowboarding that I actually saw the night sky without any […]

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Germany: Photographing Along the Rhine River

Germany was my home for 5 years.  I lived near the Rhine River in wine country.  There are plenty of vineyards and picturesque photo ops along the Rhine.  On my most recent visit I decided […]

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Saal Digital UK’s Photo Book Review

Recently I was given the chance to review a photo book from Saal Digital UK I chose the 28 x 19 cm book finished on glossy paper with 26 pages. #saaldigital It was very easy […]

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Kaepernick: YOU Are Part of the Problem

Everyone that has stated Kap was wrong or not addressing the actual problem is no different than people during slavery and civil rights movement that stood quiet.   People are afraid to stand up when […]

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Usain Bolt: Peace Be the Journey

It’s rare that I am upset or indifferent after an American wins a gold medal.  This is exactly what I and 50,000 spectators felt when Justin Gatlin won the gold medal at the IAFF World […]

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