Monthly Archives: July 2011

Of lasts… and firsts.

As I type this post, I am sitting in our home in Berlin, knowing that in a matter of hours, I’ll be on an aircraft headed to Northern Cali to start a great 10-week adventure with my family.  Today was, sadly, a day of “lasts”, a last great German dinner; a last walk down to […]

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Now that’s more like it…

Here I am just two days before leaving Berlin, and I was feeling a bit lazy in choosing and processing a shot for today.  At first, I tried to foist a very average (if not below average) bit of tripe on you all, but luckily I tested it out on some pals on flickr first. […]

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Tubular Rasa

Most of you are probably familiar with the term Tabula Rasa, the theory that people are born without a built-in programing or mental content (nature); instead, the theory supposes that individuals gain knowledge through perception and knowledge (nurture).  When I came across this old box of test tubes, I imagined that the East Germans who […]

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Vision: Do you see what I see?

Recently, my good buddy and Curriculum & Education Manager for onOne Software, Brian Matiash asked me if I’d be willing to allow him to use a few of my photographs in an upcoming webinar series called onOne Takes on…  I was honored and humbled that wanted to use by brackets, and that he would then […]

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Schools out forever…

School’s out for summer!  Yay!!!  I know my kids are sure glad another year is over, as am I.  We’ve got some great plans for our 10-week summer vacation together, including some road trippin’ across the great United States!  Gonna take some time to see some great locations all across the land.  Locations on our […]

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