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September 26, 2011

Entire Chugach Mountain Skyline

Filed under: Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 8:46 pm

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9/25/11

About an 125 degree span
from northeast (left) to almost due south (right)

Anchorage International Airport in foreground

September 25, 2011

Cheryl’s Last Day

Filed under: Cargo's Last Stand,Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 4:06 pm

9/1/11

In Delta Air Freight,
but NWA freighters on the cake

Behind Cheryl (left to right):

Steve, Rita, Don, Reiko, Christi, Leah & Beth

Cheryl took the early out

We worked together for many years

I took the photo with someone else’s camera

Braveheart’s Sword?

Filed under: Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 3:59 pm

Do you see it?

William Wallace’s Sword

9/24/11

Hint:

–>———

Lying on its side

September 23, 2011

Dr. Mercola: The Mineral That Helps Fight Fatigue, Stress, Pain, Cancer, and Wrinkles, Too — “With age, the flexible tissues in your body tend to lose their elasticity, leading to sagging and wrinkling of skin, stiff muscles and painful joints. A shortage of sulfur…”

Filed under: Costco: get it while you can — Jeff Fenske @ 11:40 pm

The Mineral That Helps Fight Fatigue, Stress, Pain, Cancer, and Wrinkles, Too

By Dr. Mercola

Sulfur is the third most abundant mineral in your body, after calcium and phosphorous. It’s an important mineral element that you get almost wholly through dietary proteins, yet it’s been over 20 years since the U.S. Food and Nutrition Board (FNB) issued its last update on recommended daily allowances (RDA) for it.

In a study examining critical elements about how sulfur works in the body, researchers say the importance of this mineral may be underestimated, and that it’s possible that we may not be getting enough of it.

The Importance of Sulfur

Close to half of the sulfur in your body can be found in your muscles, skin and bones, but it does much more than benefit just these three areas. It plays important roles in many bodily systems.

Sulfur bonds are required for proteins to maintain their shape, and these bonds determine the biological activity of the proteins. For example, as explained in the featured MSM newsletter, hair and nails consists of a tough protein called keratin, which is high in sulfur, whereas connective tissue and cartilage contain proteins with flexible sulfur bonds, giving the structure its flexibility. With age, the flexible tissues in your body tend to lose their elasticity, leading to sagging and wrinkling of skin, stiff muscles and painful joints.

A shortage of sulfur likely contributes to these age-related problems.

[…]

MSM, an Organic Form of Sulfur

Methylsulfonylmethane, commonly known by its acronym, MSM, is not a drug. It’s an organic form of sulfur and a potent antioxidant, naturally found in many plants. While MSM is an important source of organic sulfur, it also has other unique properties. Common health complaints associated with low concentrations of MSM in your body include:

  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • High sensitivity to physical and psychological stress
  • Degenerative diseases

MSM’s ability to neutralize inflammation is one of the greatest, and one of the most inexpensive, discoveries in the health field, and is thought to be particularly beneficial in the prevention of heart disease. It has been shown to break down the plaque in your arteries, which is associated with chronic inflammation.

Other health benefits associated with MSM include:

Reducing chronic pain Improving cellular uptake of many nutrients including vitamins A, B, C, D, E, amino acids, selenium, calcium, magnesium, coenzyme Q10 Preventing cancer Reducing or eliminating muscle soreness and cramps
Detoxification Alleviating symptoms of allergies Anti-parasitic action against Giardia, Trichomonas, roundworms, nematodes, Enterobius and other intestinal worms Improving lung function by allowing your body to more effectively take up oxygen
Preventing neurological disease by repairing oxidative damage and restoring cell membrane elasticity and permeability Preventing and reducing symptoms of autoimmune diseases by fighting chronic inflammation Preventing diabetes by promoting healthy insulin function Increasing strength and endurance, and reducing stress

Entire Article Here

Related:

Avoid knee surgery — glucosamine plus the SAME AMOUNT of MSM (Schiff states this is the clinically tested amount, and it works!) — available at Costco

Motivational speaker, Nat Geo photographer Dewitt Jones on the power of creativity: Choosing the right lens for life’s situations — “Sometimes we need our telephoto eyes on just to go into the chaos of a given day to find those elements that we can bring together TO MAKE IT ALL MAKE SENSE.”

Filed under: Fun–or–AMAZING Stuff!,Photography • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 11:07 pm
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The Power of creativity

“Sometimes we need our telephoto eyes on
just to go into the chaos of a given day,
or a given client’s problems,
to find those elements that we can bring together
to make it all make sense.”

* * *

“And then my intuition starts screaming at me.
It says:
‘Turn around, Dewitt,
you’re shooting the wrong way.'”

– Dewitt Jones

Transcribed by Jeff Fenske

Dewitt Jones: National Geographic Photographer, Inspirational Speaker & Authority on Creativity

Uploaded by on May 2, 2010

Dewitt Jones is one of America’s top professional photographers with a career stretching over twenty years. As a motion picture director, he had two films nominated for Academy Awards before he was thirty. Twenty years as a freelance photographer for National Geographic earned Dewitt Jones a reputation as a world class photojournalist.

Turning to advertising, Dewitt Jones rose to the forefront of corporate creative marketing, photographing national advertising campaigns for Dewar’s Scotch, Canon, and United Airlines.

Dewitt Jones is recognized as a world class speaker. His knowledge of the creative process, his relaxed and genuine style, and his ability to communicate make his presentations truly outstanding.

Hire Dewitt Jones to speak at your next event through BigSpeak Speakers Bureau.

Related:

Nat Geo Photographer Dewitt Jones on gratitude: I taught my students to say ‘thank you’ out loud — ‘Thank you;’ ‘Thank you;’ ‘Thank you’ … all the way down the ridge

September 21, 2011

Jerry

Filed under: Personal • jf,Photography • jf,Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 11:43 pm

November 2005
early AM, just after sunrise

Bodega, California

This is a photo of my first instructor, Jerry Dodrill.

Jerry, if you see this, this was processed from a really low quality scan
of a 35mm ISO 100 slide.

There would actually be shadow details and far more natural color from a drumscan,
but I still like it.

God bless!

September 20, 2011

Sequoia

Filed under: Personal • jf,Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 3:59 pm

November 2005

In front of a hollowed out Sequoia lying on its side

Sequoia National Park, California

While updating the image scanned from 35mm film
at About Jeff Fenske

I found the portrait of Mom, below

Mom

Filed under: Personal • jf,Photos • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 3:56 am

November 2005

Sequoia National Park, California

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