Category Archives: Outdoors

My road yesterday. Compare and contrast.

duraleigh

Duraleigh Road, Raleigh, NC

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Some Shots from Grandma’s

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Horses

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December Sunset

December Sunset
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Shot in the Dark

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I took a few evening shots the other day, and these are a few of the resulting shots.

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A Walk Around Downtown Raleigh

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I took a walk around downtown Raleigh a few weeks ago. I captured these shots.

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Raven Rock

Rock Ledges of Raven Rock

So in my middle school or early high school years a science teacher would take my class and several other classes to what has become one of my favorite parks in the state, Raven Rock. If you’re ever in the Lillington or Campbell University area, make some time to hike a few of the park’s [...]

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Sunset on Monstrosity

Sunset on Monstrosity
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Growth

Growing
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How Did We Survive?

Moccasin I Think

You know with all the safety measures kids have to adhere to now days; helmets, knee pads, etc. Well, sometimes even best safety measures don’t prevent kids from bringing one of these home: UPDATED: I was corrected, and upon further inspection it is a “black snake” or what some call a “rat snake”. Funny, they’re [...]

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  • Almost Random Quote

    The opportunity, though, is the biggest of our generation (or the last one, for that matter). The opportunity is there for anyone (with or without a job) smart enough to take it–to develop a best in class skill, to tell a story, to spread the word, to be in demand, to satisfy real needs, to run from the mediocre middle and to change everything.

    ┬íNote! Like all revolutions, this is an opportunity, not a solution, not a guarantee. It’s an opportunity to poke and experiment and fail and discover dead ends on the way to making a difference. The old economy offered a guarantee–time plus education plus obedience = stability. The new one, not so much. The new one offers a chance for you to take a chance and make an impact.
    — Seth Godin, Blog, 2011