Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Friday, September 27, 2013
Random Photography of Late
Friday, July 12, 2013
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Christmas Morning Views of the The Fox River from the Oneida Street Bridge
As I was unable to sleep a wink on Christmas eve and morning, I packed up my gear and engaged in the best therapy I know … a “Phosari”, or photo safari. I always really get into low light and nighttime photography, which has always been sort of a specialty for me.
Hope you enjoy the slide show below.
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012
Sights and Scenes of Appleton II
I am hoping that the weather holds out long enough that I can get to the outer areas before the snow gets too thick. I my older years, I am just not as tough as I used to think that I was.
Friday, December 14, 2012
Bargain City … More than Just a Name
Now I don’t usually promote private business, but when a business is exceptionally helpful, and downright nice to the point I end up shaking my head in wonder, that’s when I just have to take action.
When shopping there is always the rigid pricing system, poor customer service, and most likely clerks and sales folks that don’t know a hoot about the products that they sell, and just want to get back to the break room as fast as possible. That is the reality of big box corporate retail today. Get em in, get their money, and get em out, as fast as possible.
It’s always inspirational (and in this case cost effective) when one finds a store by humans, of humans, and for humans. The store Bargain City, located at 1930 West College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54914, it just such a store. Although it won’t take a bus ride to get to one side from the other like a Wally Mart Super store, they carry everything from Dry Goods to Holiday and gift items. Featuring … Coats, Trinkets, Dolls, Foods, Tools, Green Bay Packer Items, Knives, Swords, Paint, Jewelry, reading and sun glasses, fans, gift ideas, greeting and gift cards, Christmas and holiday Items, statues, electronic games, Santa Clause thingies, Guitars (Ibanez S body), and the list could go on and on. So if your in the market … for just about anything at a reasonable price in a nice friendly down home simple shopping environment, be sure to check our Bargain City first, then to if you can’t find it there, then to to the big corporate store.
Good luck, and good bargain hunting!
Be sure to check out the slide show below to see what the store looks like!
Sunday, December 09, 2012
Winter Arrives in Wisconsin
Winter (snow that is) is here. Check out the slide show below.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Monday, October 08, 2012
EDITORIAL; My Opinion, When Politic Become Synonymous with Lie
When does the phrase “political Statement” become acceptable to use as an insert line, order to replace the word “Lie”, in order to get acceptable verbiage from a statement on past promises or commitments.
In this very heated political time in this election of 2012. this may or may not become a question, but one that I would like to raise.
Wednesday, August 08, 2012
New Methods and Small Dogs.
As I adjust to mobile work again, I am once again breaking new ground, learning new methods and developing new work flow. From a mobile, portable (USB based) video editing program, to a more artistic approach to shooting. Of course trying to do it without it being too obvious. I am eager to put some of these new methods to use in future and upcoming projects that concern the environment and sustainable living.
Look to a report soon on the History of Pulaski, WI. A recent visit to the Pulaski Historical Society’s Local Museum proved to be quite interesting. I received a great tour and many details on some very interesting events in Pulaski’s past. I hope to have something out on that within the next few weeks. I am still working on a report on motorized bicycles as well. Of course, both reports will feature photos and video, and be on Wisconsin Confidential.