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Thursday, December 31, 2009

Published online

One Porch Light
This house is under development application to be put on the local, state and national historic registers. It is 718n market and it is completely run down and boarded up. I have heard a rumour that it is going to be turned into large flats. Time will tell.
Publsihed online at the daily snap of the verbict web magazine.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

WaterWalk Downtown

I am experimenting with a new software called QTpfsGUI or as I like to call it, Luminance HDR. This photo is a demonstration of a more pronounced effect it can make. It is very pretty and I like it. Going to have to try this on and in some local Churches.

Friday, December 18, 2009

Found this story narrated by Lucia (5 yo)

July 13, 2009


Oh, guess what! I standed on my baby doll, and so the head came off! And this was the funniest thing that happened in my whole life! When I was going to go get my pajamas on, I started to throw my baby doll on the tent! And before I had took my bath, I was on the swingset writing in my Tinker-bell journal. And so I hate it when Mama goes to the library and goes through the drive-through. But I love it when Mama goes to the library and takes us and lets us all pick out books!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

It's Christmas time in the city

Christmas lights, pretty. Click the picture for links to a news story and to see larger.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Through the Eyes of Spiderman

I kinda wonder if this is what it looks like right before he goes climbing or slinging up the side of a building. This is Broadway Plaza in Wichita, Ks.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Old Farm Stories

Found this abandoned farmstead while doing some pheasant hunting. Hope you like! If you want to see it in black and white, click on the picture and it will take you to a page with a link for the black and white version.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Wisdom in those Eyes

This is my great uncle Eugene. Born, raised and lived his life farming in NorthWest Kansas has made him very wise. He doesn't pull punches, he will tell you what he thinks but he is also one of the orneriest people that I know. This is a snapshot turned portrait I took this past deer season. He was born in the midst of the depression to a family of 16 kids (9 boys and 7 girls). I have had many a memorable visit to his farm.