Monthly Archives: February 2010

Day 46

Day 46 – I’m Getting Sleepy Or, Greyhounds Shouldn’t Run in the Mud. Or Damn Squirrels. Yesterday morning the squirrelsView full post »

Day 45

ISO 200, 80mm, f/4.0, 1/320 sec. Day 45 – Billy Goats Gruff It is lambing season and with the beautiful green fields, I was reallyView full post »

Day 44

Day 44 – There was a Crooked House Some days the pixel gods just smile down on me. Our adventure today didn’t take us anywhere.View full post »

Day 43

Day 43 – Schizy Weather This pretty much sums up our weather today. Rain, shine, clouds, wind and touch of blue sky.View full post »

Day 42

ISO 100, 100mm macro, f/11, 30.0 sec Day 42 – Tweet Mystery surrounds this little fellow. What happened? How on earth did Karen findView full post »

Day 41

ISO 100, 47mm, f/4.0, 10.0 sec Day 41 – Movin’ On When I got off of work tonight, the wind had picked up after raining most ofView full post »

Gregory

$2 portrait project began with Thomas Hawk. This is Gregory. He was great. Megan and I were on our way into VooDoo Donuts in Portland whenView full post »

Calvin

In 2008, Thomas Hawke began his $2 portrait project. His idea was simple. When he walked around, if someone asked him for money, he wouldView full post »

Day 40

ISO 100, 105mm, f/11, 1/15 sec Day 40 – VooDoo Donuts I made a quick trip to Portland this morning to see the kid. After herView full post »

Day 39

ISO100, 60mm, f/4.0, HDR 1/50 sec, 1/200 sec, 1/13 sec Day 39 – Lost in Fog I had a press check in McMinnville, about 45 miles NW ofView full post »

Day 38

ISO100, 105mm, f/9.0, 1/1000sec Day 38 – Sunset FlightView full post »

Day 37

ISO100, 24mm, f/8.0, HDR-1/10 sec, 1/20 sec, 1/5 sec Day 37 – Multnomah Falls Multnomah Falls is 622 ft. My best bet was to try aView full post »