Outdoor Barber Shop

Taken on Main Street in downtown Salt Lake City on a warm summer day. My wife has cut my hair since we got married. I’ve never been to a real barber shop before and I love watching them cut hair.

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Veterans Day – 2015

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I drove under an overpass today that had a man standing on it in full military uniform waving an american flag proudly as cars drove under.  I wish I could have captured that moment to share here but I love this image as well that was made at the Arlington Cemetery a few years ago.   The cemetery is a must see if your in the Washington DC area.  The changing of the guards is amazing to watch and to see their dedication is unreal.

We are celebrating Veterans day in the US today.  I’m proud of our service men and women who protect our country so we can enjoy our freedom.  My grandpa was in World War I.  I’ve been reading through his letters that he wrote to his parents recently and have really gotten to know him and his love for what he sacrificed.  Take a moment to pause today and think about those who sacrifice for us and be sure to thank our service men and women when you get the chance.

Royal Pharmacy

 

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Today’s configuration: Canon 5DMIII with a 24-105mm f/4 L

It’s fun to revisit photos from the past.  I have a lot of pictures I took while in New Orleans last year.  I’m in the process of picking new favorites and will be sharing them here in the next little while.  I’ve been out of the habit of posting on a regular basis and will hopefully be doing more as things are winding down now that summer has passed.

Brighter than Sunshine

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     Today’s configuration:  Canon 5D MarkIII with a Canon 24-105mm f/4.0L 

The last two times I’ve been in Las Vegas I’ve visited the Neon Museum.  It’s a great place to see some neon signs that have been salvaged and preserved as best as possible before they were destroyed.  One of my favorite pieces of architecture was the visitors center.  This building was the La Concha lobby that was built in 1961 and was saved from demolition in 2005.

Utah Wedding Photographer – Megan and Andrew Part 1

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These two were finally married last week.  I don’t typically photograph weddings but if they could be as easy as this one was I would definitely do more.  These images were taken in April at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.  I’ve been anxiously waiting to share them here.  I will be sharing more from the wedding day soon.  -Enjoy

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Park City Engagement – Megan & Andrew

I’ve known Megan for a long time and was thrilled when she asked me to photograph her engagements and wedding.  They are getting married tomorrow.  I will be posting more pictures next week of her beautiful wedding dress(and Andrew in his tux).  The engagement pictures were taken in Park City Utah.  We had a great time walking around the town looking for interesting places.

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The Balcony

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I could photograph the New Orleans French District for a week solid if given the chance.  There is so much grit, lines and interesting characters that I’d never get enough.  I’m going through my images and selecting my favorites to make a photo book for my home.

Today’s configuration: Canon 5DMIII with a 24-105mm f/4 L