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The Masters in Black and White

Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 Posted in Places, Events | No Comments »

Thought I'd try something a little different. I took a few of the pictures from the 2009 Masters and converted them to B&W. With a golf course as colorful as Augusta not a lot of shots would work this ...

The Masters 2009 pictures

Thursday, April 9th, 2009 Posted in Places, Events | 3 Comments »

I had the rare opportunity to attend the (windy and cold) Tuesday practice round of The Masters. I took my recently purchased 18-200 VR with me because of it's versatility. A gallery with a ton of pictures is available to ...

Grandfather Mountain and Blowing Rock

Monday, June 16th, 2008 Posted in Places, Nature, Animals | 1 Comment »

I've been in North Carolina for over 11 years now and have made my first trips to Blowing Rock in the past few weeks. The first was to visit Tweetsie with the family. This time was to go ...

The litte guy visits Thomas

Saturday, May 31st, 2008 Posted in Places | No Comments »

Any parent of a toddler knows about Thomas the Train. Our toddler reminds us of him every day. We had a chance to visit a life-size Thomas up in Boone at Tweetsie. With all the Thomas material, you would have ...

Newton Aycliffe UK pictures

Sunday, May 25th, 2008 Posted in Places | 1 Comment »

I've been back for a while now but have been busy catching up with some stuff at work and around the house. The trip to the UK went well and I had some opportunities to take some photos while I ...

Trip to Myrtle Beach

Wednesday, February 27th, 2008 Posted in Places | 1 Comment »

I, obviously, took some shots when we made a recent trip to Myrtle Beach. You wouldn't think February would be a good time to go but the weather was wonderful and I had numerous opportunities to get some decent shots. I ...

Reflections

Wednesday, January 24th, 2007 Posted in Places | No Comments »

I'll probably have more from our beach trip last week, but this picture caught my eye. I thought that it was interesting how the lines in the sky and the waves reflected each other. You can see how the bottom ...