Capturing a meteor burning up in the atmosphere is like capturing a wish, especially since I wish for a good meteor photo every time I make the attempt. It is far more challenging than lightning and I have far less success when I try. If capturing lightning photos is like normal fishing, capturing meteor photos is like fishing with a bow & arrow...and I'm not Oliver Queen. Capturing meteor shower photos is a huge challenge for me for several reasons. The largest reasons are e
This week, I was given my first storm of the Spring season. It's been months since I felt the rumble of thunder and I've missed it. Lightning will always be my favorite subject to photograph. I love severe weather so much that it inspired me to create two Facebook groups dedicated to weather photography. The first group, "To Hail And Back" is of course, named after my Facebook photo page of the same name. Anyone can join and post their own weather related photos from anywher
Spring floods are no new thing here. Occasionally though, one affects daily life enough to be remembered. The recent flooding on the Ohio River here in both Hancock & Daviess Counties in KY have been more than just a minor inconvenience. Record snowfall and heavy rains have been too much for the river to contain. The flooding, combined with having the main route from Lewisport to Owensboro being reduced to one lane in two locations for road construction, makes matters worse.
Friday, the 13th of March, 2015 is one that I'll never forget. Volumes of Blood premiered at the Owensboro Convention Center. Thousands of man/woman hours of hard work by dozens of talented locals both in front of and behind the camera was completed for the world to see. Between 350 & 375 people packed the room. All proceeds were donated to New Beginnings Sexual Assault Support Services. I was thrilled that the ending was a complete surprise for me. Being on set every night,