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Oh the day when I would sit under a tree and close my eyes, not a care in the world.

Oh the days when I would run all day and not get tired.

Oh the days when the fish always bit, and there was always water to fish.

Oh the days when I would run through neighbors yards and they would smile.

Oh the days when I could hold my breath forever, observing the ways of the fish.

Oh the days when summer would never end, and when it did, the snow was always above the knees.

Oh the days when I could watch the squirrels jump from limb to limb.

Oh the days when I wished I could fly, and believed it could happen.

Oh the days, how there is never one alike. I only wish for one of those days: everyday. 

MT

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Check out my new page(located on bottom right of this page.) I discuss old lenses on digital cameras, the benefits of them, and I share some images I took over the weekend. Hope you had an awesome weekend. I will post more later, time for coffee now.

MT

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I just uploaded some new and different photos to my photo gallery page. It is located at the bottom of the column on the right. I will try and add to this over time. Right now I have not streamlined my system, therefore it is very time consuming at the moment to upload a gallery. I hope you enjoy.

PS: Here is a photo that resembles whats soon to come.

MT

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Today one of my classes was cancelled so I decided to splurge and get an overpriced coffee at school and read my Outdoor Photographer. The article I chose discussed techniques of creating panoramic images. I carefully read it, my senses quickly becoming more sensitive(I think the caffeine was the culprit, not the article). I could bore you with all the technical aspects that I find way too fascinating or I can just show you what I got out of the article. Below is my idea of a nice panoramic shot. I believe this was six different shots stiched together. Enjoy.

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Here is a shot I captured for a photo assignment. It doubles as a documentation of a great weekend. This weekend as I previously wrote, I took two soldiers on a guide trip. I came out of the weekend with many things tangible and intangible. Two things are going to be around a lot more on my future fishing trips. The PHW hat and the shown fly box. The flies were tied by the men, and an awesome note was written on the inside of the fly box as well. Awesome. To know they took the time to do this, just blows me away. FOr anyone that thinks this world is in the tanks, they should meet soem of the people I have been blessed with meeting.

MT

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This cloud struck me as worthy of an exposure. Not so much for its aesthetics, but for its thought provoking value. To me, I see a human figure reaching out with one arm, striving for something. What? It is unclear, but obvious it sees something I do not see.

This is sometimes how I view my photography. I am searching, looking, reaching for a certain image. What? I do not know, I do know it is there though. So tonight when I head to Knob Knoster State Park with my friend William, I will search, look, and reach out for that unknown something.

MT

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These images shown are not my own. They are taken by a famous photographer, Lennart Nilsson. I found out about his work today while looking in my Psychology textbook(yes I do read it). His most famous work is his book “LIFE”. It is an intimate look at the develpoment of a human fetus. THe images are stunning and informative. Never before had I seen actual photographs with such clarity and detail. I am doing more research on him but for now I will just share a few photos that I felt were exceptional.

Here is his: http://www.lennartnilsson.com/home.html

19 weeks.

16 weeks.

6 months.

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