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    Embracing Meta Data

    I love things to be organized and it’s time I finally make the effort. In 2000, I started taking digital images and created an organizational structure that I have been using ever since. I used a folder structure by camera, year, and then by event. This structure worked for me until my library reached 80,000+ [...]

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    Mainstreet Model Homes

    Occasionally I get the opportunity to take photos for Mainstreet Homes.  These are some of my favorites from this years Best Product Design entries.  Thanks to my awesome friend Rachel, I used a 16-35mm f2.8 L for this shoot.  It made the shoot go so much smoother to have the extra wide angle without the [...]

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    Florence, Rome, and Cinque Terre

    In Florence, we started our first morning there by hitting up the market place for breakfast and lunch.  The market place was very amusing, with all the different venders wanting you to try there products and Italians talking really fast and loud even after you tell them you only speak a little Italian.  We bought [...]

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    Paris and Vinice

    Musee d’Orsay was originally a train station with very high ceilings and massive ornate clocks.  Now it houses some amazing artist such as Monet, Van Gogh, and many more.  The Louvre was originally the palace of the king of France and was re purposed as a museum some time after the revolution.  Over a million [...]

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    Paris

    Today we spent in Paris, France.  First we set out to find Jenny Becker a McCarty friend from way back.  She works at the US embassy here in Paris in a really nice neighborhood.  The stroll through the neighborhood was beautiful, lots of old architecture and roof gardens, and a whole lot of really tall [...]

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    Europe Trip Part One

    Today in Munch was great!!  The weather was nice and the sun was out (unlike yesterday).  We went to a really nice park and had some Wiener schnitzel.  We also spent some time at two major shopping centers and had a nice cup of coffee and relaxed.  The coffee was not that great, I’m looking [...]

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