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One Last Look

Well the time has finally come – the time where we all hunker down in our homes, watch the snow come own, and pray for the green grass to emerge from its deep slumber once more. A little dramatic, I … Continue reading

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Everything Looks The Same

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We’ll Get There Again

We’ll get there again – I promise. As the days go by, I understand how people feel, and why they have decided to nearly give up it’s human nature. And I myself have found myself on the precipous of giving … Continue reading

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South Carolina – The Land Of Humidity

I have been blessed to have gone all over the country – including the warmest place in the world – Death Valley. However, even when I walked off the airplane in Phoenix to a wall of 119 degrees, it still … Continue reading

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Another Year, Another Year

A cold night fell on a quiet city in a quiet county, in a quiet state. No one ever really thinks about Ohio, and no one ever really thinks about the tiny towns, cities, and metroplexes that make it. Almost … Continue reading

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A Touch Of Fall

This fall has been phenomenal for photographers… mostly. There are some things that you can just never avoid. Such as, well, construction. I spend nearly two hours in Youngstown on this photoshoot, and landed only a handful of quality shots. … Continue reading

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The Crane Game

I remember this day fondly. This was taken on the Ohio Towpath near Independence. A trail I have been on dozens of times. Sometimes by bike, sometimes by foot. Each time a little different. This was the first time I … Continue reading

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Two Photos? No Problem

One thing I never really did – which is odd since it is so simple to do on Photoshop – is a double exposure. For one reason or another, it just never really popped into my head to do. I … Continue reading

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And A Touch Of Color

Just a few months ago I shared this photo on here, and I was sure proud of it. Lately, however, I have been on a kick of re-touching photos and meticulously revamping their color scheme. I didn’t realize how color … Continue reading

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The New Age, The Old Age

We used to call it the “food museum.” It was a tall, oak cabinet that felt like it stood just as tall as the tree it was cut from. Towering over the kitchen with grandeur, even though it’s use was … Continue reading

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