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Loch-Vale View Inspires My Respect for the Frailty of Life

Loch-Vale View Inspires My Respect for the Frailty of Life

| October 28, 2011

I considered being able to take this photo a privilege and a significant accomplishment at the same time. The scene you see above is what I found at the end of a two and a half hour hike to an elevation of 10,200 feet in Rocky Mountain National Park. I know Everest would be infinitely […]

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Music to Create By – Chopin Piano Works by Ingrid Fliter

Music to Create By – Chopin Piano Works by Ingrid Fliter

| October 21, 2010

My bucket list includes a trip to the International Frederic Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland. The competition was first held in 1927 and has been held every five years since 1955. It is being held this month so I will have to wait five years to go when the next one comes around. It […]

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Foreign Film Pick – “The Lives of Others”

Foreign Film Pick – “The Lives of Others”

| July 23, 2010

I can’t tell you how many people turn up their noses when I recommend foreign movies with subtitles. Guess what? There are tons of great film makers that don’t speak English! Donna and I have watched German, Polish, French, and Danish films. I also have Japanese, Taiwanese and Chinese films in my cabinet that are […]

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Trying to Peel the Social Networking Onion

Trying to Peel the Social Networking Onion

| May 7, 2010

In the old days, it was, “Here is my nifty content and I will give it to you how I choose.”  Well the tables have been turned to, “Here is my content and I will give it to you how you want it.” Uh, that could mean in in a magazine, through your Internet browser, […]

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Opportunities and fuel for passion

Opportunities and fuel for passion

| January 24, 2010

While stepping out of my zone as a photographer today to learn something new, I ended up shooting a subject that reminded me of something my son and I did 11 years ago to do the very same. The story actually starts 14 years ago when Matt, then eight years old, asked for a guitar […]

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Rewiring My Brain for Fine Art

Rewiring My Brain for Fine Art

| July 10, 2009

As fruitful as my professional career has been, I feel it has created a few challenges with my transition to fine art. I am not complaining. I know that having spent endless hours laying out brochures, designing logos and rendering 3D graphics has helped me make progress in my fine art pursuits. The problem is […]

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