I’m going to make it a point to stay in practice. What a better way than to always take pictures. Since I don’t want to lug my camera gear everywhere, phones will have to do.
I was skeptical, but after playing around with an iPhone and EVO with the tons of apps available, I think I am set.
More on this later. For now, my first in this continuous theme.
This will be my first WordPress post from their mobile app. Specifical, Android.
I knew this wedding was going to rock. These folks are my roommates and my good friends.
Any further validation of this event kicking ass was done by simply driving there. The event location: Los Olivos, CA. The drive: the scenic Hwy 101, Hwy 154, and Figueroa Mountain Road. Beautiful day, great excitement in the air. Here is a pic to gander out while I furiously edit the barrage of images I captured that day.
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He says you must visit the Tucson Sonora Desert Museum. Yes, it’s in Arizona. And yes it’s in Tucson. It’s like Arizona’s little secret. For a small fee, you get to see raptors like this hawk.
They have wonderful displays and demos. Anything exotic? Nope. You’ll get your Mountain Lions and Bears. But no Siberian Tigers, no Elephants, no Giraffes. It’s a collection of animals, flowers and plants from the region. One of the best laid out “zoos” in the world. I kid you not. Google it.
Once again, it’s catch up time. In the month of March, I witnessed a spectacular wedding. These two are a match made in heaven. The bride picked a wonderful theme that was able to give everyone a clear insight to how thoughtful this couple really is. From the colors, to the centerpieces, you name it. This kind of creativity is really inspiring. Most of all, it was fun for all. Everyone had a great time. The honored couple, the family, guests, and the talent brought in to help everything perfect. Good food, great beer, great times were shared by all. The only thing missed was Agnus the cat.
Click the link below the first pic for “MOAR”.