I was having a lot more fun than it appears here. This was an awesome experience!
In the fall of 2012, I attended Mountain Light’s Wine Country photography workshop in northern California, taught by Elizabeth Carmel and Jerry Dodrill, with Olof Carmel sometimes helping — loved that!!!
Here Olof is sharing his wisdom in their upstairs studio. I’m on the right, checking the image I just took with my RX100 pocket camera.
Jerry posted this privately on his Facebook page on Dec. 2, 2012, saying:
We had a great visit to Elizabeth Carmel’s studio today for a demo on fine art printing.
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Dream shot of one of my favorite bridges in Anchorage…
This is a x-country ski trail in winter, thus the lights.
October 27, 2017
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Above Raspberry Rd.
My first time solo paragliding off a mountain near Ashland, Oregon in 2003, under the expert guidance of Kevin Lee!
Early Nikon digital compact
A WELS Lutheran college choir that a relative sings in inspired me this summer! Since then, I’ve posted many vocal harmony videos in my MUSIC Videos That Matter category. During high school, I played trumpet, but regret now that I didn’t do anything vocal except just me and my guitar.
I attended Wisconsin Synod Lutheran (WELS) schools K-12, and was particularly blessed by hearing the lyrics of these two songs during this concert:
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Less than a mile from our house:
Paddlers on DeLong Lake, Anchorage, Alaska
June 1, 2017
Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year,
Buddy Pat Jeff
Our Christmas card – happy, creative days! Mom estimates I was about age-5.
I barely remember that my mouth was red because I had just been to the dentist where they used red dye to help spot cavities.
My dad’s real name was Philip, but many called him Buddy.
The famous Jesus-knocking-on-the-door painting is overhead.
Rangefinder camera on self-timer with bulb flash
Kelly, near the end of our driveway, looking out for animals of interest, six years ago.
August 8, 2011
The snow is almost gone, which is about two weeks late this year, so I walked through this part of our yard to see exactly how many moose poop piles were dropped by our visitors this winter, and counted 36 piles of moose poop in this area we see here — and 48 piles in the entire yard!
April 25, 2017
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