Month: November 2010

No Smoking

This is a shot of the mine elevator in the Orphan Girl at the World Museum of Mining. Thanks again to the WMOM and Logan for touring me around in the touring areas and other, non-touring areas. I had a blast!


This photo is a little different than what I usually post. I wanted to post something a little more light-hearted than my usual grungy industrial scenes. This is a beautiful moment from a family session I photographed this fall.

In the Details

They just don’t make things like they used to. Today everything is simple and purposeful. Years ago everything was ornate, decorative and made with the finest craftmanship. I mean really, just look at the detail in this door hing. A door hinge is rarely seen, yet the Copper King Mansion was made with beautifully designed …

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Tiernan Irish Dancers

Bouncing curls, laced shoes, ornate attire and Irish Tradition were great parts of this year’s annual Irish Feis put on by the Tiernan Irish Dancers. I had the pleasure of photographing the dancers individually as well as snapping off a few action shots such as this.