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Craig Taylor
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Hold on...I have to take this. 

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I was wandering though my camera roll on my iPad tonight and came across this picture I put together while waiting for my plane on Honolulu. The picture was from the plane from Maui and the editing was part Snapseed, part Rhonna design...some other stuff maybe? I find that last minute panic is a great muse but boredom can also be inspiring.
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Robert Capa said that if your photos aren't good enough get closer. Is this close enough?
If it's not interesting, you're not close enough. 

Here's 6 inches at 40mph.
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Just shared a small story on the blog about making pictures while Robin Williams was making all of us in the press corps laugh out loud. Sigh....sad day....some of life's laughter went with him, for sure...

http://www.joemcnally.com/blog/2014/08/12/a-life-of-laughter/





#joemcnally  #robinwilliams #youwillbemissed 
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If I build it will you come? 

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I haven't posted here for awhile so I thought I'd share my recent self-portrait inspired by the +The Walking Dead


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Happy Dark Sky week!
International Dark Sky Week

In 2001, “The First World Atlas of the Artificial Night Sky Brightness” reported two-thirds of the U.S. population and more than 50% of the European population had already lost the ability to see the Milky Way with the naked eye (http://bit.ly/16BdS69). The report also showed that 63% of the world population and 99% of the population of the European Union and the United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) lived in regions where the night sky is brighter than the threshold for light-polluted status set by the International Astronomical Union. 

In 1994, an earthquake knocked out the power in Los Angeles. Many residents called local emergency centers reporting a strange “giant, silvery cloud” in the dark sky. That giant, silvery cloud was the Milky Way, which many residents had just seen for the first time.

#IDSweek  

http://www.darksky.org/resources/109-international-dark-sky-week#socialmedia
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