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Dallas from the Trinity River

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In recent years, there has been a lot of efforts to revitalize the Trinity River area, with new developments, and more specifically the building of a number of new signature bridges along its length through Dallas. The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is currently the only completed bridge, and I had wanted to drive down to the Oak Cliff side of the bridge to photograph the bridge with the skyline beyond. The month of May saw historic levels of rain across most of the state of Texas, bring about a rather …

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The PNW Chronicles: Mountains (Part II)

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PNW Series: Mountains (Part I) Mt. Hood (continued), and Jefferson too While Mt. Hood was the highlight of the trip as far as mountains were concerned, if you only shoot the peak from far below, such as at Trillium Lake, you are missing a hundred more interesting and unique opportunities.  From Government Camp at the base of the south flank, it’s only a short drive up to Timberline Lodge.  If it’s winter time, bring your skis, otherwise, your hiking boots. Situated at almost 6000 ft elevation, not much other than rock and …

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Alliance Airshow 2014

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As anyone who follows my Facebook feed will have noticed, I took a short break from the landscape photography posts a couple of weeks ago and there was a sudden shift to aircraft photography.  The reason for the sudden influx of aircraft related shots was a visit to the Alliance Airshow in Ft. Worth.  The headline performance was the USAF Thunderbirds, who I had been wanting to see fly since a close friend of the family is currently a member of the team.  Always looking for an opportunity to step …