Hockey: the iPhone edition

This weekend the peeps got together with some friends and attended a local, minor league hockey game. While not on the same level of excitement as a pro team game, we all had a good time. There was the zamboni – always a favorite – and the obligatory fights. Gloves and helmets flying, and a […]

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In and up

Walked around downtown Pensacola this weekend, taking in some of the interesting architecture along Palafox and Garden… looking in and up. (Photos shot with a Nikon D60, using an 18-55mm, 55-200mm, 20mm f/2.8 wide-angle, 50mm f/1.8 prime lens, Nikon CoolPix S205 and/or iPhone4) For more photos, please visit my Flickr photostream. More Weekly Winners photo […]

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What was wrought

This week I made a return visit to St. Michael’s Cemetery near downtown Pensacola. The last time I went, I focused on photographing the historic monuments and gravestones. This trip, the wrought iron work, which is every bit as beautiful and intricate as the stones, fascinated me. Photos shot with a Nikon D60, using an […]

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Something’s a little off…

When I head out on my weekly photo hikes, until I decide where I’m headed, I have no idea what I want to take photos of that day. Sometimes I just start driving and make it up as I go. Once I have a destination in mind, I can begin making my mental ‘to-do’ list […]

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Tarklin Bayou

I’m still keeping up with my quasi-daily walks, logging in more than 20 miles since last Sunday. Not too shabby. Saturday I took off for one of my photo hunts, making it more of a hike again, spending two hours at Tarklin Bayou State Preserve near Pensacola. It was a gorgeous day, not too hot, […]

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