Friday, October 30, 2009

Freaking awesome

Here are some pictures from the awesome time. U2 is an amazing band.

Monday, October 26, 2009

if you have the chance, take it.

If you ever have the chance to see U2, you take it. Seeing them playing this song live is amazing, truly awesome. Oh, by the way, my brothers, father, and I went to see U2 at Rose Bowl yesturday.

Saturday, October 17, 2009


So I am staying up late to get some pictures done for her birthday party. Some friends are here from the east coast and it is Bee's 1st birthday. The hardest thing is that her party is a costume party, and I have no idea what to go as.

Thursday, October 08, 2009

The chinese festival

This past weekend, there where two festivals in Hanford. One of them being where people dress up as knights, and try so hard to live back in that time until their parents call on their cells phone wanting to know when to pick them up. The other festival, was the Chinese New Moon festival. It is pretty awesome because it takes place in China alley, which is a beautiful place to take pictures. With these shots, as I worked on them, it turned more into what wierd artsy things can I do to the images, for some.

Monday, October 05, 2009

that big bright spot thing at night

The moon is full and I wanted to take pictures. So I drove out to this location to find that workers where at the place I wanted to be, darn. So I drove a little further and started.

All four of these shots where at the same time around 11 at night.
Also here are some things I learned shooting in the country at night.
- When wild coyotes howl 360 degres around you, first thing that comes to mind is not how awesome.
- The glow stick, when broken open, stinks, taste bad, and stings the eyes.
- The train that you have been waited for, comes as you are driving away.

Friday, October 02, 2009

There where no Blue Oaks

This last weekend, the Nordgren's where in town, and it was awesome. Craig, use to babysit my brothers and I about 25 years ago while we lived in Minnesota. Even tho I have no memory of it, the ones from this weekend will live on. Currently the Nordgrens are missionary's in Spain, and they are back in the U.S. for a year. While they where here, I took my youth group and the two sons to go hang out with bowling and driving around town looking for cap guns but ending up with whoopee cushions, nice. Then on Sunday, we went up to the Giant Sequoias forest and hiked up morro rock. Amazing time, and amazing people.