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A Day at the Fair

Today, I spent the afternoon and early evening at the Arizona State Fair with members of my photography group.  I haven’t attended a state fair since my teenage years.  It was a blast.


Outstanding work by Moises Saman for Wired magazine


A very difficult piece on content moderation in Internet-constrained countries (i.e. having to screen content for sexually violent material, beheadings, that kind of awful stuff), documented in a sensitive but narrative way by Moises Saman. 15 more words

Black And White

Reforest Spokane Day Photo

I covered one of the Lands Council’s Reforest Spokane Day sites for The Inlander today. Over 60 volunteers planted about 200 hundred trees at the site I photographed. 45 more words


Fun With Zombies

Toronto’s city hall has often been referred to as a place where people not of this world have gathered, so it wasn’t unusual to see adjacent Nathan Phillips Square filled with the ‘undead’ Saturday for the 12th annual Toronto Zombie Walk. 59 more words


The Fenn's

I’ve been blessed this Autumn with lovely weather and even lovelier families!  Its the second time I’ve photographed these guys, I so love it when clients come back for more.   16 more words

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Day 663: Hard Eights

Yesterday, when I was walking to work, one of my favorite tunes in the wide, wide, wide, wide, wide, wide, wide, wide world showed up in my earphones: “Hard Eights” by… 823 more words

Personal Growth

Photojournalism: In Memorial

Flowers in memorial for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo who was shot and killed at the National War Memorial in Ottawa (Ontario, Canada) on October 22, 2014. 31 more words