I have probably written about The Corning Museum of Glass before. Probably in a very similar manner. So this may be a repetitive post for some who have seen other posts. But, I feel like this is something I want to write about even if repeatedly because it is important to me to write about other forms of art and local places I can engage with art. And I love to talk… Read More
When it is wintery cold out it is always nice to find enjoyment in indoors activities. I am fortunate to live in a region that not only is blessed with natural beauty but is also home to fun indoor activities. One of my favorite places to visit is The Corning Museum of Glass. If you go to the Corning Museum of Glass make sure to check out their live demonstrations. Once you… Read More
I think one area where we all struggle is in appreciating what is right in front of us. I think this especially applies to our home towns, local communities, and regions where we are from and spend most of our time. There are always people looking to throw shade on your home town and focus on the negative and dismiss the positive. Don’t let those people bring you down. Don’t let them… Read More
I have now run 7 half marathons but this last one I ran might just be the one that means the most to me. I ran my first 5k around 6 years ago and my foray into running dates to before that time. I never really thought I would have a chance to experience what I did in this last race and it was truly special to me. When I started running… Read More
I was fortunate enough to have an opportunity to watch our local Corning Rugby Boys and and Girls teams play again. I was happy to have captured what I think are some really nice action sequences. This sequence was a nice extended sequence with the Corning Rugby Girls in possession and making several passes.
I have been planning to take my photography in a new direction for a while now. What I have been wanting to do is teach photography. I have been thinking about this and developing plans for a while. Now is the time I will be kicking this new venture off. I will be starting off by volunteering to lead two, one hour long nature photography workshops at the Corning Museum of Glass…. Read More
We all have our own little idiosyncrasies. Sometimes we don’t really know why we do the things we do. Other times it’s pretty obvious why we do them. I know exactly why I do some of the things I do. The things that really move us, the things that are important a to us, the things we love. This is what causes us to do some of the strange things we do… Read More