This wall jumped out at me while I was visiting the Washington D.C. area to look at housing for our upcoming move. I brought my pocketable camera with me on the trip with the hope I’d be able to capture some photos for the challenge and turns out I was able to capture pictures to … More Week 18 – Purple
This photo features the middle son. I felt a little bit bad since the oldest had been in a number of the photos but none of the other kids had. I grabbed my camera, opened a window, asked him to smile and started snapping away. I was glad to capture one of his signature faces.
Another photo I snapped while at the National Training Center in the spring. The desert landscape combined with dust, wind, and a setting sun made for some truly striking moments. Once again, I was glad to have decent camera handy to capture some of it.
Random McDooglefish was a kid just like any other kid. Except not. Other kids had after school activities like sports, tuba lessons, or even karate. Not Random McDooglefish. He was the only kid he knew who had his hobby. When Random was younger, his Dad brought him out to the magical shack in their backyard … More Random McDooglefish and The Radio Shack
Another week of the challenge where I managed to get a decent photo while “in the box” at the National Training Center. I think the black and white works well for this one.
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This photo was taken during my unit’s rotation at NTC. I was embedded with the medical company in my unit providing religious support to notional and real world injuries. Blackhawk helicopters were a fixture as they flew Soldiers in for treatment. This shot was unintentional in terms of the panning effect and it is not … More Week 14 – Panning