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Blog: Photo Excursions
Sometimes, it just takes raw patience and persistence to get what you want.
Once a year, Dakota Days allows me to revisit my memories of college life. This time I brought a camera.
I recently visited San Francisco and came away with some Golden Gate Bridge photos—some of my fondest to date.
A few months ago, I made my way to Salt Lake City for the very first time. Even from the aerial view, I could tell it was going to be a fascinating place.
Last stop…Grand Cayman Islands! I guess you could say it is a beautiful place. Here are some photos to prove it.
If you’ve never visited South Dakota’s Capitol during Christmas, you may want to venture out next year to capture the beauty Pierre offers.
I’ve already showing you several photos of some of the unique spots on the Carnival Legend. Through the days however, I realized that there were many more…
After many years, I was back again to visit Roatan. Wow, has this place changed…but still breathtaking.
Doesn’t Belize just sound exotic? I’ve always wanted to visit there, and now I had my chance…
The Carnival Legend Lobby had many intriguing photo opps…including HDR! I bet you never guessed ;-)
First stop Cozumel! We were excited to take in our first adventure in Cozumel and play with the dolphins.
Going on a cruise is completely awesome. Over the next many weeks, I hope to show you visual evidence why. Here’s Chapter 1.
Several weeks back, I took a journey with my family to Red Feather Lakes, a resort out in the middle of nowhere.
Looking back can be rewarding both literally and figuratively.
This past weekend, our family attended the Redlin Art Center Summer Celebration in Watertown and thankfully I had my camera to get some shots of the special event.
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