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Daniel
Las Vegas is a great photography town. A few years ago, I shared a post about honoring Las Vegas, as a way of introducing the lesser known gems in Sin City. This post made mention of The Neon Museum, a place I visited one afternoon in 2011. From their website – Founded in 1996, the...
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On Saturday February 21 at around lunchtime, a small group of us launched the new Return Path website. Publishing this site, also launched a new logo, brand, corporate & product messaging and entire suite of creative assets. It may have only taken a few to officially launch this site, but the entire process involved every...
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When I think of nunchucks, or nunchaku, danger sticks, juan-tuo or chainsticks, I think of Bruce Lee, Wii, Michelangelo – the turtle not the other one. But mostly, I think of Bruce Lee. Check it. In the past year or so, I’ve become more and more drawn to Kung Fu movies – catching as many...
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“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” ― Karl Lagerfeld I love holding a camera. It’s often the closest I get to living in the moment. And my skill as a photographer changes each time I snap a shot. As Henri Cartier-Bresson put it, “Your...
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Let me begin by stating that as this very moment, I am downing as much water as humanly possible. 4 hours in a convertible in heat ranging from mid-80s to 106 degrees is rather draining. And silly. But at the wheel of a Mercedes Benz SLK250 and the views that the San Bernardino National Forest...
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For those of you that don’t know me, I’m especially fond of photography, awkwardness, science fiction and geeky stuff. And if you do know me, then you probably guessed that I was at Gen Con today. It’s the perfect blend of all of the previously mentioned fondness in an environment that is completely positive, open,...
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Venetia author Tiziano Scarpa said: “Getting lost is the only place worth going to.” If you’ve been to Venice you know what I mean. It’s like mardi gras meets Harry Potter’s Hedge Maze from Goblet of Fire. I bet there have been people trapped here for years. Frida Giannini, Creative Director of the Italian fashion...
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Today was the Inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis, the debut of Indy Car’s on the latest version of the internal road course previously. The old road course was used by Formula One and MotoGP. I’ve had the pleasure of attending and/or working F1, MotoGp, Indy 500, and the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway....
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This post is a complete rip off from Gear Patrol’s essay titled, The Best Shave I Ever Had. I’m a big fan of their site and as I read this essay, it got me thinking about the wet shaves I’ve had in Palermo, Capri, Kusadasi, Indianapolis, Goa, and Mumbai. So this is my experience sitting...
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