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- a fish story
- my writing
- a problem with The Shack
- connecting with the culture
- Deacon Outline
- domesticated or dangerous?
- Importance of a literal Bible translation
- Questions at Church
- Rock of Offense
- The community aspect of Acts 2:42 fellowship
- the Gospel
- the Lie
Tag Archives: nikkor 300mm f4 AF
Sorry I missed last Friday. you know you are too busy when you miss Friday fotos. anyway, here is a spider that I caught on velvia film with the morning sunrise pink glow behind her. here is a portrait of … Continue reading
the capitol is “getting a little work done” to help it keep its looks as time marches on. and mansfield dam in the early morning while we were waiting for the hot air balloons
we enjoyed a quick trip up to Arlington to see the Rangers play the White Sox last Saturday. John Danks was pitching for the White Sox and we knew him and his family from church when he was growing up. … Continue reading
black eyed susans in the wind at 300mm macro roses at night with the Canon Powershot S90 Brother in Law at Torchy’s Tacos last Sunday afternoon
messing around with bokeh and depth of field in the Parma’s grass. This one with my 300mm f4 and water droplets on the grass and this one with my 80-200mm f2.8 and a leaf (new custom header picture) here is … Continue reading
these cool mornings feel very fallish. loving the change after a very long, very hot, very dry summer. capitol renovations are on the horizon. soon this will be covered up with scaffold.
portrait from last Sunday’s wedding ninth grade football. nephew Joshua (be strong and courageous) playing linebacker for Midway Panthers. twin brother Nathan (thou art the man) sidelined with an ACL tear.
squirrel fight aggie bench bokeh golden light on the North side of the Capitol
I love going to minor league ball games:
we went camping last weekend. he caught one these daisy looking flowers had less diameter than a dime waiting for a bite
closest biggest brightest most awesomest full moon of the year.
moon over the capitol dome the same moon this morning. a wider shot
Here is a trick that I learned this week from Shadow Hunter on flickr. If you shoot the moon in black and white, it comes out sharper than color. See if you can tell which is which:
celebrating the conclusion of another summer and baseball season trey asks a question bonus, “i can’t look”
here is the moon from the other night and here is a 3 second exposure look down the line from last saturday morning early.
I love the morning.
look up! take-off