"The heart and mind are the true lens of the camera."
Spaghetti Westerns. Random shadows. Reflections. Andy Dufresne.
The Lady or the Tiger? Bucketlists. Live music. Quotes.
Breakfast for dinner. Random acts of dessert.
Unusual facts and trivia. Cool Hand Luke. Deja Vu.
Asking forgiveness instead of permission. Acoustic Guitars.
Edgar Allan Poe. Stained glass windows.
Rain on a tin roof (for about 10 minutes, 15 tops).
Buddy Guy. Bluebirds. Lawn chess. A + B = 3. Stating the obvious.
Repurposing. Dixit. Boredom. Acrostics.
The man with no name. Common sense and common courtesy.
Learning. Doing. Surviving. Mentoring. Volunteering.
I was born on my birthday.
My ringtone is the theme song from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
I've driven the entire length of I-75.
My first camera was the Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, which I still have.
I don't know what it says about me but my two favorite movies are both prison movies.
The first concert I attended was The Monkees in 1987, hey hey hey.
I was editor-in-chief of my high school yearbook.
I have walked through an operating car wash.
The first photograph I sold was to a newspaper in 1992.
I was born the oldest but raised the youngest.
Running up the down escalator is both fun and exhausting.
We're burning daylight.
Treppenwitz (German word that I find relevant all too often.)
Time makes you bolder and I'm getting older.
I'm allergic to mayonnaise, pollen, and writing artist statements.