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  • Photo crawl

    Photo crawl

    This scene is surprisingly close to the Beltline at Whitney Way. Some people do pub crawls. I do photo crawls. I was out crawling around Madison this afternoon and happened upon this open field behind some apartment buildings with a solitary tree in the middle.

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  • A festive December

    A festive December

    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year / There’ll be much mistletoeing / And hearts will be glowing when loved ones are near / It’s the most wonderful time of the year” Hope you’re having a festive December! Fujfilm X-T4 / XF33mmISO 800 / 1/8 sec. / f1.4

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  • A faint mist

    A faint mist

    There’s a faint mist in the air. Even though we feel cold, the farther we walk, the more we warm up. Take heart, friends. The green fields will come again. There’s a simple truth: the more time we spend outside, the better we feel. Even, yes, in the Wisconsin winter. Brace yourself if you need […]

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  • Pete Souza’s “The West Wing and Beyond” book launch

    Pete Souza’s “The West Wing and Beyond” book launch

    Pete Souza, President Barack Obama’s official photographer, gave a talk last night (Sept. 27, 2022) in downtown Madison. His new book, The West Wing and Beyond: What I Saw Inside the Presidency, was released yesterday. We started the evening at Himal Chuli, our favorite Nepalese restaurant, and then headed to the Orpheum. Souza gave a […]

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  • To be able to lead

    To be able to lead

    Luke says, “To be able to lead others, a dog must be willing to go forward alone.” I got Luke the day before Valentine’s Day right before the pandemic. He’s my Valentine’s Dog. From the start, he was quiet and soulful. And a delight. He’s good with people, good with other dogs. I’ve wanted to […]

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  • Kickoff Luncheon

    Kickoff Luncheon

    It’s always a pleasure to shoot events for NAMI Dane County. The NAMIWalks Kickoff Luncheon was held last week at Vilas Park in Madison. Between the in-person event and the Zoom, there were 81 people in attendance. The luncheon kicks off the fundraising season, which culminates with the NAMIWalks event itself. It’s not that far […]

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  • The dog who thinks he can

    The dog who thinks he can

    Luke says, “The dog who thinks he can and the dog who thinks he can’t are both right.”

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