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Vertically Natured

Vertically Natured

Since I was in the archives with the Portland, Oregon photo from yesterday I figured why not see what else was there. For the flower lover(s) out there I clicked on the stuff I shot at the Portland Rose Gardens. It’s strange what I will and will not let through anymore. I know these images aren’t great. Still, I figured why not. Sometimes you need to let go and just go with what you want. I know there are flaws in…

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Bridge Among The Clouds

Bridge Among The Clouds

I took this photo in Portland out of an Uber while a group of us were heading to dinner at Pok Pok. They specialize in food from South East Asia and in particular North/North East areas of Thailand. If you know Thailand that means Issan! I will be making a visit to Udon Thani this year so will see how authentic their fare is. I will tell you that if you have never been to Thailand but enjoy Thai cuisine most…

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It’s Monday

It’s Monday

I found this image while I was doing some catalogue moving and cleanup. I was moving my stuff to a new 8tb drive and was dumping memory cards to make sure I got everything and I saw the cat and figured why not. Would make a perfect Monday image. The cat in question is from Thailand. Stray dogs and cats are very common. You get used to seeing them around. The cats seem to fare better than the dogs in…

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Things Are Looking Up

Things Are Looking Up

I had a chance to go to the Portland Rose Garden before flying out towards Mexico. So I brought a couple cameras with me. My Sony A7R and my Sony RX100M3. I will get to the roses eventually but I did shoot this shot which I thought was cool. To take this picture I had to flip the back LCD towards me. I discovered that the Sony RX100M3 will switch to “selfie” mode giving you a countdown to when the picture…

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Drips and Drops

Drips and Drops

It’s been raining here in the Washington DC area the last few days. The usual thunderstorms as the weather tries to figure out what the hell it wants to do. Since I walk to and from work and have a camera I figured why not shoot some of the drops I see when I am walking in. Plus it gives me an excuse of not to rush in and sit in my office for a bit longer. All these images…

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Sky Lights

Sky Lights

Just some random images I shot while I was out and about with my camera where I live. One is the a small outdoor mall area and the other is an alley between a Tex Mex restaurant and the Apple store. For the mall one I went low key just for fun and did a lot of playing around with it to get it right. The alley was left alone more or less because I just really like the color…

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Don’t Drink The Water

Don’t Drink The Water

Got a theme going today for this image set. Self explanatory I think. I still don’t want to give away where I shot but there are major clues here simply because of the foliage. I despise cold so it wasn’t an outdoor garden in Washington DC so that should be a major clue. Plus it drives my Mom nuts that I won’t tell her. There were all taken on my Sony RX100M3 except 2. The other 2 were shot on…

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Lost In The Moment

Lost In The Moment

These images were shot over the entire duration of the 6 weeks I spent in Thailand. While I enjoy the landscape/travel stuff I still do street style photography when the mood is upon me. For curation purposed I wanted them to have a consistent theme about them where the person was clearly not paying attention and just lost in the moment. This made it difficult for me because I have similar images that will be used for other series as…

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Rush Hour

Rush Hour

I have been working late and was wandering the office before I left for the evening and looked out to this view. At first I tried to do it handheld and then I remember I have my little mini-tripod that I got once in an order so I attached my Sony RX100M3 to it and set the shutter for a 2 second delay and took a few snaps. For the entire setup of 2 minutes I’m rather happy with the…

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The Red Dragon

The Red Dragon

Quick Google search gave me the name for this post. It turns out China’s nickname is the Red Dragon. I read it on the internet so it must be true! I am an admitted lover of Eastern cultures so I may have went a little photo happy in China when I was at Epcot. I really like the color in the East. It’s always so vibrant and all the colors have a meaning. So you recognize the symbology in them….

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