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Now you see it..
7/10/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

During a recent workshop I was out at a place I’ve nicknamed “The Fishwat” in Suphanburi.  It’s one of the many temples that protects a certain stretch of a river from fishing and allows visitors to feed the fish and of course they raise funds by selling fish food.


Surprises come in small boxes.,.
7/1/2010 1:03 AM By  anonymous  

This isn't a great picture at all.. some might even consider it a poor image.  Fair enough.  I chose to share a couple "feature" photographs today only to remind you what becomes possible with even a $125.00 point and shoot compact and how much fun it can be if you just charge up that battery and go for a walk with your camera.


Biker Bart Pulls it Off!
6/19/2010 7:00 PM By  anonymous  

I've always talked about keeping your eyes open for unique and/or interesting photographic opportunities.  As a spectator walks through a car or bike show they encounter literally hundreds of subjects to photograph.


A Photographers Moral and Ethical Responsibilities
6/5/2010 7:06 PM By  anonymous  

As photographers and journalists I ask you:  What are our responsibilities for bringing to the attention of authorities issues of environmental, civil, or criminal wrongdoing?


Nightscapes By Rod C
5/29/2010 7:01 PM By  anonymous  

These images are significant because it's a wonderful demonstration that no matter where you are, how bleak things look, that if you use your imagination and take your time you'll end up with some interesting shots.


Red Shirt Back Story
5/1/2010 11:26 PM By  anonymous  

A friend and I were driving through Safari World not long ago and we both knew that if you go very slow and keep your eyes open you'll see things others miss.  In this instance I spotted this empty nest not even 2 meters from the car. 


Do You Feel Like You’re Being Watched?
4/17/2010 1:38 PM By  anonymous  

Thousands of eyes are watching yuor every move..


Take a Second Look!
4/10/2010 1:00 AM By  anonymous  

Think before you cull those images!


Right Place at the Right Time
4/3/2010 2:25 PM By  anonymous  

We're right there in the front row for a skirmish with tigers and a fight with bears!


Forgotten and Found Images..
3/27/2010 2:30 PM By  anonymous  

Images found on old flash cards, in old cameras, developing old rolls of film.. many treasures to be found!

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  7. Re: Biker Bart Pulls it Off!

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