To say 2020 has been a struggle emotionally is an understatement for everyone. This past week for me, has been off the charts. In addition to the weather event, which a few months ago would not have been unreasonable to call unprecedented, well now it’s just 2020. But last Friday, the company I’ve worked for … Continue reading A tornado in a tropical storm during a pandemic- Part 2
We had at at least one tornado touch down in Doylestown yesterday. One two doors down from my house. The power had just gone out and I stepped out on the porch to get some video of the rain. I’m a weather geek, even have a weather station in my backyard. What I didn’t expect … Continue reading A tornado in a tropical storm during a pandemic — Part 1
Twenty-five years have passed since the One Meridian Plaza fire. Continue reading 25 years ago
Well, for anyone with a camera really. This post is inspired by my social media mentor @rusnivek . After reading this post today Picture comparison posts on Instagram , it occurred to me that there is a whole new layer of photographers using social media for good, with less experience and knowledge of exposure. The wonderful aspect … Continue reading Better photography for #smem Instagrammers
Good morning for sunlight. Continue reading Local images- morning light
It’s not often that I find such perfect examples of my thoughts on leadership and organizational management in pop culture. But in the Doctor Who episode The Zygon Inversion, the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, gives an impassioned speech to stop a war between humans and the alien Zygon race that was brilliantly written and … Continue reading How do Zygons equate with empathy? (Beware- spoilers amongst ideas)
I write in spurts, when I have an idea that I can sit down and type quickly. It’s much harder for me to write when I feel I have to, rather than want to. At the same time, I have a half-dozen ideas running through my thoughts at any given time. Short ideas that I’m … Continue reading What next?
I had the opportunity to shoot the CB West- CB East girls field hockey game this past Thursday. It was a great game, won by West 4-0, and a beautiful day. I even broke out the Nikkor 500mm f8 mirror lens that I bought in 1983. Still a great piece of glass. Continue reading Shooting field hockey on a stunning October afternoon
Jumping to conclusions. Rush to Judgement. Dodging responsibility. Continue reading These are NOT forms of exercise
I attended and photographed the local chamber of commerce emergency services awards recently. I was humbled at how many people had taken the time to read my postings and give me feedback. Some of my takeaways of the conversations- 1- The video of the postal truck fire and resulting mess was just a trigger point … Continue reading It’s not just the one incident…..