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A few interesting links for the morning

Richard Charpentier Arizona, Notes from Rich, Photographing Arizona, Photography 4 Comments

Paw Hole Sunrise

Paw Hole at Sunrise

This morning I popped by Scott Kelby’s blog again for the latest post from Guest Blogger Wednesday.  This week, Zack Arias’ assistant Erik Dixon.……good stuff, another great video, and I’d say a must watch.  So, what are you waiting for?  Go watch it…..But then be sure to come back, I’ve got some other links for you this morning.  🙂

If you haven’t clicked the link to Erik’s guest blog yet and you want to see what else is up, thanks for not navigating away at the first opportunity.  For those of you who came back after watching Erik’s video and reading his post…..for shame, I can’t believe you bailed so easily.  I know, I need to make cooler podcasts…..I’m working on it, I promise!

For quite a while now I’ve been a Flickr user who just hasn’t been using Flickr.  Shame on me, I paid for the pro account and everything.  I think that makes me some kind of slacker or something.  Well, this morning I’m fixing that.

I just finished uploading a new set of photos from the Buttes trip.  There’s some stuff in there you just haven’t seen.  Rather than re-posting my brains out I thought I’d give you a link to the Buttes Slideshow.  I’ll be doing more of these in the coming days and weeks, and cleaning up my Flickr account.  Here’s the link to the first show.

Now we’ll find out where your loyalties lie.  Do you watch Erik’s video first, or my slideshow.  I can track that you know…….but maybe I shouldn’t.  Just have that feeling I’ll be infinitely disappointed!  😉

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  1. Thanks for linking the video by Erik – very funny! Oh, and your link was… ok… Just funnin’ with you – good work. I’m going back to your Flickr account to check out all the photos now!

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    Thanks Jason! It’s become my favorite too. Stumbled across it doing a final sort last week, made a 20×30 canvas of it last Friday, and already sold it Sunday.

    I’ll be going back in November, and I’ve got some better ideas for the early light!

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