Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Time Lapse No 18 - Las Vegas, Nov 2011

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That is all.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Where Does the Time Go?

I've really fallen off of the blogging bandwagon this year. I won't make excuses, I'm just not into it. However I do want to put some more photos here to help keep people updated... after all this is where you go if you type in the website from my business cards, I should have something here.

Latourelle Falls


More of the same with the city and nature photos. I haven't taken a whole lot of pictures this year, but I do still get out a little to enjoy myself when I have some time. Nothing takes my mind off of my problems like three hours at sunset with my camera in a nice setting.



I still try to catch the special events here in Portland. Although I did miss two of the big fireworks displays for the year, I made it to the fourth of July. Hitting up the Rose Festival fleet was a little easier, since they were around for several days.

Jason Mercier



I've found myself working in the Poker industry this year. I really enjoy what I am doing now, it's fun and I am meeting a lot of great new people. I was lucky enough to visit Vegas during the World Series of Poker this year, it was a blast and I hope I can make it back in 2012.

My photography has also come in handy at the club where I spend most of my time. I get some great pictures of the local players, although few are as good as the shot of my fellow dealer Clint, above.

Anyway, just checking in. Thanks for taking a look!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

A Quick Drive Through the Gorge

Multnomah Falls

One of my Flickr contacts has been posting photos of serious flooding up near Mt. Hood this week, so I decided I should probably drive out to the Gorge and get some pictures of the waterfalls with above-normal flows.  I guess I would have been smarter to get out there two days ago, when it was pouring rain and melting all the snow off the mountains, but these are more dramatic than what I've gotten during the summer.

I didn't do any hiking, instead I just drove my car down the Columbia highway and hit a few of the dramatic falls on that route.  It took just over an hour to get from Multnomah Falls through Latourelle, luckily there wasn't much traffic and the crowds were very light... at Latourelle, I was the only one there!

Latourelle Falls

As usual, there are more photos from this and other series' over on my flickr page.  I hope you've enjoyed these few photos, and hopefully I'll be getting more of them here soon.


I guess this is as good a spot as any to throw in the photos I took a few weeks ago when the gorge was all frozen over and I didn't really get to see anything other than a frozen Multnomah Falls. That was pretty neat.

Multnomah Falls - Somewhat Frozen

Thanks for looking in! Have a great week, everyone.