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on Nov 23, 2016 in Random Thoughts

Happy Turkey Day!

With so much to be thankful for in 2016, Moose & Sharon, Brent, Katt & Jake wishes you all a great Thanksgiving! and no Thanksgiving would be complete without...

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on Nov 23, 2016 in Thought of the Month

Thanks Start at Home!

It’s that time of year when we do what we should do everyday, and that’s give thanks. I feel fortunate that my list runs for days and days to cover it all but at the top of that list everyday is my family. Many good fortunes made it and make it possible that Sharon and I have the great fortune to spend tons of time with our boys Brent and Jake (and Brent’s much better half Katt). While I tell them every opportunity I have, just want it publicly said how thankful I am they are all in my life!...

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on Nov 18, 2016 in Friday Thoughts

Seasons

I’ve been very fortunate to be one of the early viewers of this gorgeous film! It’s important to understand the beauty that has been left to us and why we all need to be involved with our wild heritage. Season opens today and reminds you why news like this doesn’t need to be the legacy we leave future generations. Remember, your photographs CAN change the...

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on Nov 14, 2016 in Random Thoughts

No, This Is Not a Supermoon Photo

and neither are most of those sent to me by folks. Why? A Supermoon is “brighter-larger” visually than the moon we see normally. The photos sent me were nice, I’m sure a blast to take but just taking a picture of the moon in the sky, be it super or not could be any full moon, couldn’t it? If you walked outside last night and looked up at the moon, depending on where you were it might have looked brighter but without some reference, it didn’t look any bigger. This all comes down to the classic problem we all face every time we go to take a photograph, storytelling! In the photo above, it’s a double exposure, one for the B-25 and the other for the moon. But in the moon’s case, I zoomed way in the hell out to 560mm (200-400 w/TC-14e) to make it so bloody large in the frame (and took a few attempts), “Supermoon” size. It’s definitely not my best double exposure but it was...

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