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What’ssss Haaaappppening…

April 4, 2012

It’s been awhile since my last post. Here’s the excuses: I bought a house, bought a ring, got engaged, planning the wedding, growing the business. Basically, keeping up with all of the madness that goes along with real life.

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A Great Friend: Brandon Chapman Moves to Kotzebue, Alaska!

July 26, 2011

If you know me at all, then you know I’m completely infatuated with Alaska and became so from my first trip to Denali, Fairbanks and all the way down through the Kenai Peninsula. Currently, I read just about everything I come across about Alaska- from The Anchorage Daily News to the smallest community police blotter [...]

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Missouri River Flooding (part 1)

June 26, 2011

I had no idea how close I was going to get while documenting the Missouri River Flooding around Craig, Big Lake and Corning Missouri, but let’s just say I got in pretty deep. I took off from Lenexa, KS on Friday afternoon headed for Big Lake, Missouri since I had heard that water levels just [...]

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What I dream about

June 4, 2011

I just woke up from the weirdest dream and can’t go back to sleep. All I can think about is Tilt/Shift photography and a trip to Wyoming last July. I am standing in a river overlooking snow-capped mountains. I guess my subconscious is trying to tell me I need a break.

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To The Core…

June 2, 2011

We hit a certain major milestone a couple of weeks ago and another for the month of May. I just wanted to say thanks and congrats to P, S and B. Raise a glass guys- you know what you did!  

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In the words of Andrew Booth- “KILL EM WITH FIRE”

May 30, 2011

Doing a little hiking and arrowhead hunting this weekend, I came across this hog of a spider and this weird green bug trying to pull a fast one on me..

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Belly-Up in MoKan

May 30, 2011

I took a few days off and away from my computer this Memorial Day weekend and got in about 20 solid hours of outdoor enjoyment across Northwest MO and Northeast KS. The weather was awesome, and I spent some time with friends and family; hiking, kayaking and BBQ’ing. The local rivers are still too swollen [...]

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Yet Another Day of Tornado Dodging

May 25, 2011

Yes, gotta love the midwest! It was another day of tornado touchdowns here in Kansas City. Warning sirens came on in Lenexa/Olathe today, and nearly 350 people in our office building were rushed into safe shelters. As we were in our shelter, we pulled up the local news and streamed the coverage of the reported [...]

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Mobile App That Should Be Created: Severe Weather Text Alert based on Storm Path using Geo-Location & Historic Travel Routes of the User

May 23, 2011

If Obama can initiate a mass text based on National Security, then there needs to be an app created that should allow us(app. developers) access to national weather information of severe storms, storm paths, zip, geo-triangulation using gps, cell tower triangulation, signal alternatives and historic travel patterns of users. The user should opt-in to such [...]

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