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Category Archives: Still Life

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A Quiet Place

It’s been a few years since I visited Montgomery Bell State Park. I believe I’ve explored almost every corner of this park, but there’s one little nook I always pay a visit when I’m in […]

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Fleeting Snow in Black & White

“Omaha!” That’s me calling an audible a la Peyton Manning when I saw the snow Friday morning on my way to work. I took a vacation day and captured some snow covered landscapes. I knew […]

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Spring Hill’s 12th Annual Christmas Parade

One of the things I love about Christmas parades is the community spirit. People come together to create, organize and present a memorable experience. The atmosphere is festive. People are kind and willing to lend […]

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Climate Strike

Whenever I post content of any political nature, I always start out with my obligatory disclaimer. The posting of this content is not an endorsement. It is simply a documentation through photo journalism. My job […]

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Random Musings in Centerville

I visited one of my favorite train trestles the other day. I did not have any particular shot in mind. It was one of those days where I just wanted to be out exploring with […]

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Columbia First Fridays – October 4th, 2019

Coincidentally, the last time I shot a First Fridays event was exactly 2 years ago in October. I shot the 2017 event on Kodak Portra 800 color film during the day and shot my DSLR […]

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25mm Walkabout

Have you ever heard of the KISS principle? Keep It Simple Stupid! As an engineer on my day job, I put this principle to use daily. I’ve found this principle works great for photography as […]

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Whoosah!

I’ve mentioned on many occasions how photography is a form of therapy for me. Picking up the camera and peering through the viewfinder is a great way to unwind. The key to this therapy is […]

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Spring Hill Morning Light

Most photographers will tell you that the light in the morning and evening hours are the best times to shoot outdoors. The light is more pleasing and less harsh during these times. However, if you […]

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Hot Air Halloween

What can be more adventurous than taking a hot air balloon ride? I can name a few adventurous activities, but there is something fascinating and wonderful about floating high in the sky letting the gentle […]

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Working the Street Corner

I headed out to grab some new pictures for my upcoming “Iconic Maury” Volume 2 Calender for 2019. I was hoping the clouds would provide some interesting color and light at sunset, but things did […]

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No More Mirrors!

Ok, this is not a post about my fall from the perils of vanity, nor is it an attempt to hide from myself. I’m definitely not vane and I actually like the person I am. […]

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