Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Darkest Night

Tonight is the darkest night in 500 years. Total lunar eclipse and the winter solstice equals really cool. If any of you are still up at this late hour (it is 2 am right now) go outside and check out the awesome moon.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

The Backlog

Working my way through the backlog of sports images, so here are some volleyball and football shots.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

One Act Plays

Long time, no update. Just got done with the fall sports and events season for high schools, ending with one act play production in Kearney.

First up is some Sweeney Todd action. I have to say, there was some wonderful lighting throughout all of the plays.

Next up we have a shot from one of my favorite books growing up, The Giver. If you get a chance, pick up the book. It's a great read.

A good western.

And to end it, here is a pirate. Cause everyone needs more pirates in their life.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Pumpkin Pi

I'm such a nerd, sometimes it hurts. A couple of days ago, some friends and I carved a bunch of pumpkins. Because I was a bit lazy, I just decided to use good ole' Pi for my pumpkin. Get it? (Groan)

Photo friends assemble! Left to right, Clay Lomneth , Patrick Breen, and new Journal Star intern Christian.

Patrick made an awesome pumpkin with all the symbols from a camera on it.

Monday, October 18, 2010

A night with the Kiligans

Check out my friend Rob's tattoo. Yep, that's right, it's a narwhal stabbing a unicorn. Epic to the extreme.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

An evening with the Arners


So, I have been mired in the middle of the fall sports season. Football, soccer, golf, softball, volleyball, and a few others have been keeping me busy, and will continue for a bit. So, how about some happy flowers and a pretty sunset?

Tri-County Football


Sunday, September 19, 2010

Mags and Baxter, the portraits

Congrats to Mags and Baxter! They were married a few weeks back in San Diego, and they came back to Dorchester, NE for an awesome reception. You will never find a more inviting group of people, we had so much fun. Before the reception, we took a few hours to take some small town portraits.

Regular readers of this blog may recognize a familiar face on the left. That is Michele, from a wedding earlier this summer.

Thanks once again for having us along for your great party!

Mags and Baxter, the reception