I got to take a trip to Frisco, TX for work so of course I went down a day early so I could find things to photograph (see my post on the Botanical Gardens). When I finally got to the hotel I was staying at for work, I was blown away. This place was nice. Read More
I had to go to the Dallas area for a conference for work, so I decided to go down a day early in order to find some things to photograph. I ended up at the Forth Worth Botanical Gardens for most of the day. It was such a peaceful place and a great place to Read More
So my parents are awesome. Why’s that? It’s because they drive around down these small country roads to find places for me to photograph. This is one of those places.
As you may or may not know, I’m in a band called The Pardoned. We desperately needed some band photos for the web and other uses. While driving around with my parents, I saw an old abandoned house in a field near Holliday, TX. Too bad it was raining or it would’ve been a perfect Read More
People that know me know that I don’t cook much, but when I do, I can make some pretty rockin’ desserts. One is The Dessertinator® (I may post about this soon), and the other is Gorilla Bread. I got this recipe from my sister, so she’ll get the credit here. It’s really easy to make and Read More
I visited Abilene, TX back in July for the weekend (I know, I know, I’m HORRIBLE at updating this blog, but I promise I’ll get better!). I went to the downtown area and a few places out of the way to get some interesting shots. Let’s just say Abilene has some weird stuff. I mean Read More
This weekend I took a trip up to the Amarillo/Canyon area to visit Palo Duro Canyon State Park. The clouds were out in full force and they really make my photos look a lot better. The wind, however, was a constant battle. It had to be gusting around 20-30mph all day long.
Another one of our adventures this past Saturday was out to Gose City, TX. It’s pretty close to Holliday, TX, and it was an oil town back in the early 1920’s.
My parents took me out to a few places this past Saturday. They’d seen this old wooden watertower that they believe was from the 1920’s or 1930’s.
I was driving home on 4/11/10 after a concert and was able to catch this cool sunset. I especially like the “Eye in the Sky.”