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I spent New Year’s Day with my friends Kathleen and Brett Carnali. Kathleen is a gifted Christian singer and songwriter. She and her husband Brett are both amazing people who are on fire for Jesus. And though she has the talent to compete with any of today’s artists Kathleen’s passion lies in reaching others for Christ. Kathleen and Brett have traveled all over the world with their music ministry and continue to bring many people to Christ. I could feel the presence of God in the church that night during Kathleen’s performance. God was pouring out His joy that night. If you love great music you can find Kathleen online.
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OK folks, grab a pair of red and blue 3-D glasses! You do have some, right? This is my first successful COLOR 3-D image! Taken Saturday, November 14th at Boyd Hill park for the Bulli Brigade VW Bus show. The background building should look familiar to you folks as it has appeared in some of my other images. It’s kind of a tradition to take images in front of this old general store.
This Beetle was parked right behind mine. A young guy and his girl were stretched out, relaxing by the Bug. I noticed his sneakers near the rear wheel and thought it made for a nice image. I asked if it was ok, he said yes, and the rest is history. Cool thing is that I had my Polaroid POGO portable printer with me so I could give him a copy of the image right on the spot! More of the BUG JAM weekend to follow!
I always find it amazing how an everyday item can display so much beauty. In this case, and ordinary parking garage became a work of art with very subtle lighting. I was walking in the garage, looked up and said, “that’s it!”
Listening to: “Jesus Messiah” by Chris Tomlin
Today I attended Town N Country’s 50th anniversary celebration in Tampa. Jamie was on hand from the Lowry Park Zoo to show off several unique animals. I’d photographed Jamie before on a prior safari so it was nice to see her again with some new additions. This is of course a porcupine. I’d never seen one in person before. They are quite the unique animal up close and personal. This particular animal’s quills are barbed so they attach to anything that tries to attack the porcupine. The quills also have an anti-coagulant on them, so once you remove the quills you will continue to bleed.