We recently returned from a quick family trip up north to Manitoba. My middle son was enchanted by this field of canola and how small it made the grain bin look. I loved the bright yellow flowers and their contrast with the blue sky.
I bought some new HDR software and wanted to try it out. While visiting the beautiful campus of the University of Arkansas, I took this shot of “Old Main”. While I am not 100% in love with the ‘fake’ appearance that turned out in this one, I do love the drama it adds. What do … More “Old Main, University of Arkansas” Photo Friday July 11, 2014
Because the Internet does not have nearly enough cats. Looks like we might need to transplant this one soon. Mom! He’s touching me!!
I recently returned from a visit to Seattle, where we were checking out the site of a future conference. One of the highlights of the visit was getting to view the Seattle skyline from the water and a visit to the famous Farmer’s Market. The colors at the market were an intense contrast to Seattle’s … More Photo Friday ‘Seattle Skyline and Market’ April 18, 2014
A couple years ago, we visited the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. This long panorama is at a nearly impossible aspect ratio to ever print, but I still enjoy the sense of size and scale this picture provides.
In our June, 2013 trip to Ireland, I was amazed by the plants growing absolutely everywhere. Look below to see what I mean…. This picture was taken on one of the streets of South Dublin in late June. In Nebraska, this flower would have been baked out of existence by heat and lack of moisture … More Hardy Irish Plants, Photo Friday Dec 13, 2013
This is a photo my son took of some vintage planes doing a flyover at a Nebraska football game. Usually we only have time to get one or two photos of the flyover of Memorial Stadium, but these older planes were slow enough that he got about a half dozen. It was nice to pick … More “Flyover” Photo Friday Nov 15, 2013