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DALLAS SKYLINE
Had a great evening last night with Lindy Denham Mary Jackson Denham and Sarah Denham. We had dinner at Luck in Trinity Groves across the river from downtown Dallas and when we finished, they tolerated me and fed my photography wishes of photographing the Dallas skyline. I wanted to get a shot of the skyline from that side of the river to have the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in the foreground.
I was also wanting a reflection of the skyline in the Trinity River. The trouble there is that the river was basically dry. There were scattered ponds of water where the river normally runs but nothing I could get that reflection in unless I scooted down the river bank and used one of the ponds.
Still, the Dallas skyline does not disappoint reflection or not.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 24mm f/2.8 lens
ISO 320, f/16, 20 seconds, 24mm
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OCONALAUFTEE FIRST LIGHT
Another morning of contemplating being in the mountains. So I think back to May and what a beautiful sunrise at Oconalauftee Overlook in North Carolina. My absolute favorite place to see sunrise in the Smokies. #greatsmokymountainsnationalpark
 ISO 100, f/16, 1.6 seconds, 29mm
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ROCKIN' SUNSET
For the first time in a long, long time I left work and set out to capture what turned out to be an incredible sunset. I ended up over at the Vonore boat ramp to try and use some of the rocks that are uncovered by the low winter lake levels as foreground.
The large amount of rain we've had lately has the lake level up a bit more than it should be so I wasn't able to explore as many rocks as I would normally this time of year but I still had a scattered few ...that were accessible.
This one in particular seemed to grab my attention due to the ridges the rock had cut into it rolling toward the colorful sunset. The few smaller rocks around it seemed to follow the same pattern and shape laying out in the water.
I had almost put the gear away when I saw the pink colors start to show and by the time I got down to the water again it was almost neon in color. I kept shooting until it all dissipated.
Canon 5DIII, Canon 24mm f/2.8, ISO 100, f/16, 0.8 seconds, 24mm
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As is the usual when the Denham family gets together, one morning +Jim Denham  and I will get out and do some photography in the Big Sandy/Paris/Camden area. Sunday morning was our day to get away this past weekend.
We originally started down in the Danville area but lack of interesting landscape and rain deterred us back to Big Sandy for a quick breakfast before heading over to ...the Springville Pumphouse after the rain cleared.
One of my newest toys in the arsenal is a Rokinon 8mm fisheye lens. Standing at the top of the steps down to the fishing pier looked like a good place to utilize it and capture the entire scene out over the lake.
The clouds sure were neat and without color I desaturated the colors slightly to enhance the gloomy look we were actually treated to.
Can say I struggle when conditions are like this. But I do at least like this image and getting to spend the morning with Jim is always the best part of these photog'ing mornings so even if I came away with nothing it was worth it.
ISO 100, f/16, 1/4, 8mm
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Kassidy Kenny - Madisonville Middle School
Madisonville, TN
   This may be my favorite basketball portrait I've ever taken. This is also from tonight's shoot with Kassidy Kenny at Hiwassee College. Just had Kassidy do a simple dribble hard step to her right hand with a 30" diffused Octobox covered flash to the front and right of her and two bare flashes behind her pointed at her shoulders.
By leaving the flashes behind her in the shot it gives the impression of people shooting pics of her from the stands. Once again not the first time I've used this method but it may be the best result from this type of shot.
ISO 200, f/9, 1/200, 24mm
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Awesome shot Jerry!
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Sequoyah Chiefs Varsity - Madisonville, TN
From a quick shoot last Thursday for their Facebook page. 
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STREETS OF DALLAS
My feet are yelling at me from the first afternoon in Dallas, TX yesterday. Me and another Engineer from work are here for a conference this week and we spent what seemed like most of yesterday walking all over downtown. Gonna get my exercise in this week with the conference center being about 6-7 blocks away from the hotel we are staying in.
One thing I'm starting to really enjoy is the Dallas skyline. Neon lights on the buildings and the Reunion Tower lit up make for an extremely colorful city. Can't wait to explore it a bit more this evening.
This image is a 5 second exposure looking down Elm Street at the Bank Of America Tower, which was lit up in pink neon instead of the usual green it normally is. The lights you see streaking down the street are from a couple of passing buses scooting by. Had to be patient waiting for one to come by and then a second came through right behind it.
ISO 100, f/11, 5 seconds, 8mm
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NO FISHING
Just before sunset yesterday at Vonore boat ramp. Was a pretty good precursor to how awesome sunset was going to be.
Normally, it's frowned upon to put your subject in the center of the frame but the floating dock didn't seem to look right any other way.
Canon 5DIII, Canon 24mm f/2.8 lens, ISO 100, f/14, 1/4, 24mm
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University of Tennessee Linebacker Curt Maggitt #56 gets fired up during the Vols' Circle of Life before the Outback Bowl on New Year's Day. Maggitt has been injured since the second game of the season but has always been an emotional leader for the Vols. Sad that his career at UT as a player ended with the Vols' 45-6 victory over Northwestern that day.
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When you're the only guy at work what do ya do? You mount your new fisheye lens on your camera and have a little fun.
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Wonderful prospective. Have a great one. 
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CORNERED
Had to post an image from Bailee Lane's photo shoot on Sunday evening.
I know that normally I'm all about the action in the sports portraits I do but the several shots we took around the chain link fencing at the court just stood out to me compared to the rest tonight.
And when we started, Bailee found it hard to do the serious face but as we went along she seemed to really find it easy really added to the dramatic effect of these images.
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Father of 4. I reside in Madisonville, TN right if front of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Cherokee National Forest. I am a Senior Design Engineer for Yamaha Sport Boats. I have a passion for Nature and Sports Photography. I also love umpiring fast pitch softball. Thanks for stopping by, feel free to share anything I have in my albums.
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