The last few months have been busy. I had to replace my truck, I’ve shot two weddings, done several smaller photo jobs, work has picked up, and I’ve been physically weak. :)
Last couple days here have been very nice, with temps in the 60′s. It reminded me of Fall and how much I miss it. I currently don’t have any photos to post, and I don’t have time to scour the archives. I had hoped to keep a daily posting up here for a long time before a break, but I’m not going to make it. As soon as I have a chance to grab the camera and have some fun I’ll resume, or if I can get caught up with photo processing for some clients, I’ll scour the archives. Until then posting will be infrequent.
The story of the finding of the war heads in Iraq can be found here here. Some parts of the story could not be authorized, so I suggest you read it for yourself.
Update: The story is now being denied… oh well..
On a balmy summer evnin
I spent my time remembrin
The times I spent a wilin’
The midnight hours away
We’d speak until the mornin
With fancy words a tellin
‘Bout things we were a dreamin
Durin’ the course of day
The heart would be a swellin
With things we were remembrin
Those touchin times relivin
Caught up in the moments sway
On them balmy summer evnin’s
We’s spend the time remembrin
The times we spent a wilin’
The midnight hours away.
I got an email from ofoto.com the other day, and while I was examining it, I thought to myself, "Hey! I’ve seen that kid!". And indeed I had, on an advertisement for some ISP. I thought the advertisement cool, so I wrote an entry about it here. Here is the email from ofoto.com:
and here is the one from the ISP:
Now if I could just find the stock image library they used.. anyone?
I’ve been wondering lately what the effect would be on my blog if I regularly posted something, say once a week or once a month using all the key words in the Google Zeitgeist. *grin* So I’m going to try this experiment. Once every month, I’m going to post something using all the key words in the top gaining query’s of the Zeitgeist and see what effect it has on google refferal traffic. So here we go…
Cameron Diaz has been in the news lately. Her exploits in some photo session resulted in a rather unsavory video that has made its way onto the net. She’s been pursuing legal action, and the latest is a cease and desist letter to Gawker and related sites.
I can understand the reason for Jeopardy being high on the list, as the continued run of Ken Jennings winning streak is no small source of amazement among the population. Kottke recently predicted what would happen if Jennings streak continues… it could well be…
The other two top gaining queries are Anchorman, a reference to the latest sleazy movie by Will Ferral, and Jet Blue, the up and coming airline that has been impressing people with its service and cheap fares.
And one more query, that of Eric Douglas. I’m assuming that this is the Eric Douglas, son of Kirk Douglas who was found dead recently.
Well, thanks for visiting. We’ll see you next month!
The artist sees a world gone wrong
Yet feels the chance of glory strong
If all upon their bended knee
Would seek Him with humility
So the artist seeks to make
A piece of artistry to take
And offer for the public view
A vision of what is made new
His broken heart, made new by love
By the shedding of his Savior’s blood
Nailed upon a rough hewn tree
Gaining freedom for you and me
The power in our apartment went out last monday, and it wasn’t until about 2:00am this morning that it was restored. I apologize for the break in photos. All my pics were on the computer, which for obvious reasons, I could not get access to. ;)
I will resume posting tonight. I apologize again for the dissappointment.