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. I’ve stayed in an Embassy Suites hotel before, but this one was the top of the line. 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 take lots of photos.
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 spot for a band photo or two.
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 doesn’t take long at all.
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 really weird stuff.
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. Read More