11,000+ miles in 30 days

I had great photo plans for this roadtrip but it didn’t quite go as planned. I’ve come to realize when I’m traveling to visit friends and family I haven’t seen in a while, the photography goes on the backburner as there’s so much to catch up on. Even though I love shooting photography, my top…… Continue reading 11,000+ miles in 30 days

West 7th St. Bridge, Fort Worth TX

Met friends for another bridge outing, this time in Fort Worth, the West 7th Street Bridge. I’m happy with these pictures but didn’t quite get the trailing lights I was hoping for. There’s so little traffic later in the evenings in stark contrast with the dreadful DFW traffic at rush hour. At one point I…… Continue reading West 7th St. Bridge, Fort Worth TX

Bridge Architecture, MHHB Dallas

I love the wiry suspension of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas so when thinking about my next photo outing, it quickly came to mind. The bridge is named after Margaret Hunt Hill, an heiress and philanthropist. Construction began in Spring 2007 and the bridge opened in Spring 2012. I’m not sure about downtime,…… Continue reading Bridge Architecture, MHHB Dallas

Your typical grad shoot, kinda…

When someone is graduating from High School or College it’s important to capture the traditional style of a “graduation” portrait that will look good in a yearbook and immortalize this very important moment in time, specifically for the parentals. So, on my most recent outing, we headed to Trinity Park and the Swift Buildings, with…… Continue reading Your typical grad shoot, kinda…

Skate Park Fever

It’s not often that I slow down and chill in front of the TV, but if I pass by and see any kind of extreme sport, I have no problem losing track of time. It’s like I enter a hypnotized state of vicarious living through the ridiculously amazing stunts they successfully (I pray) land, time…… Continue reading Skate Park Fever

Enjoying Deep Ellum Arts Festival

This past weekend was the 22nd year for Deep Ellum’s annual Art Fest. Filled with art, food and music, it proved to be wonderfully crowded and fun with perfect Texas sunshine and crystal blue skies. The busyness in and around the art booths didn’t provide ideal shots for street photography (it seemed), but we ventured…… Continue reading Enjoying Deep Ellum Arts Festival

Photo Day: Urban Exploration

It proved to be a gorgeous weekend to explore a few of the abandoned buildings in Fort Worth. This was my first time to do so, and I found it provided an odd mix of emotions. Disheartenment when you consider the desolation, abandonment and destruction yet coupled with an excitement and joy as you were…… Continue reading Photo Day: Urban Exploration

Photo Day: Frontiers of Flight Museum

First and foremost, thank you to our Veterans, who have and do keep freedom alive in America and abroad! To view the full Flickr album, click here. Some FUN FACTS from the visit: The first transcontinental crossing of the United States in a single day, was made on September 4, 1922 by “Jimmy” Doolittle. He…… Continue reading Photo Day: Frontiers of Flight Museum

Photo Day: Houston St., we have a problem…

This past Saturday was an interesting photo day. The downtown Fort Worth tour we had anticipated got cancelled due to the tour guide having a water pipe bust in his apartment that morning. Eek, I sure hope all worked out ok for him. So, now left to venture the Fort Worth Streets completely unaware of…… Continue reading Photo Day: Houston St., we have a problem…

Photo Day: Butterflies & Botanicals

The Fort Worth Botanical Gardens is a beautiful place to visit. They are currently hosting their Butterfly exhibit in the Conservatory (does anyone else think of the game “Clue” when they hear that word?) now through Sunday, April 3, 2016. You can get all the details on their website. When asked what kind of animal…… Continue reading Photo Day: Butterflies & Botanicals