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March, 2011

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Project 365 #54

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

I really like sushi!!!

Project 365 #54 - Mmmm sushi...

Project 365 #54 - Mmmm sushi...

Project 365 #53

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Here’s a quick shot I took on my drive to work. Kinda blurry, but kinda cool too. Try shooting from the hip, or your car window… Actually don’t. Not while driving.

Project 365 #53 - Drive-by shooting

Project 365 #53 - Drive-by shooting

Project 365 #52

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

I just came across this photo from a camping trip this past summer. I was having a beer and supervising while Kathryn and her sister pitched a tent…

Project 365 #52 - Camping in Hansville, WA

Project 365 #52 - Camping in Hansville, WA

Project 365 #51

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

This one’s for you Laura.

I was in Sunnyside, WA shooting for some friends this past weekend. On my way home after the shoot I drove by this old barn that I’ve noticed since was very young. It sat alone at the top of a hill by the freeway for a long time until Best Western built a hotel next to it. I’ve wanted to shoot it for a long time and finally got the chance. If anyone out there knows the name of this barn, property, or owners of this barn; please let me know. I’d like to call it something besides the old barn by the side of the road.

Project 365 #51 - Old barn in Sunnyside, WA

Project 365 #51 - Old barn in Sunnyside, WA

Sunnyside, WA

Sunnyside, WA

Barn

Barn

Project 365 #50

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Some more macro photography.

Project 365 #50 - Macro photo of a Baseball

Project 365 #50 - Macro photo of a Baseball

Macro Photo of Ozzy's baseball

Macro Photo of Ozzy's baseball

Project 365 #49

Monday, March 7th, 2011
Warning!

The following images may gross you out. I was able to keep what the dentist didn’t break. Here are a few shots of my beautiful wisdom teeth.

Wisdom teeth, why do we have them if they just end up getting ripped out out of your mouth. I now know the importance of having good dental insurance and when to use it. Like maybe seven years ago when my wisdom teeth were smaller and hadn’t grown roots. I’m pretty sure it would’ve been a lot less painful, the holes they leave would’ve been a lot smaller, and I could’ve started eating regular food sooner.

Project 365 #49 - Wisdom teeth

Project 365 #49 - Wisdom teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom Teeth

Here a couple of videos that Kathryn took as well. they’re kinda boring but also a kinda funny, enjoy.