Not Tuesday but Moo-Day

Tuesdays seem to be daunting days for the podcast, so I may have to adjust the schedule some…I am thinking Fridays in the future, but would welcome suggestions.  For the time being, here’s a couple shout outs and photos for your Tuesday enjoyment:

First off, thanks go out to Rob Jones of Towner Jones Photography for another nod from his blog.

I’d also like to pay special thanks to Dave Cross of NAPP fame.  I saw a pretty big blip up on the blog from about a week or two ago and when recently looking at Google Analytics, saw he had given me a mention from his blog back on Dec. 1st.  Thanks so much Dave, and although it’s been said, it’s worth saying again – my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Lastly, shouts to fellow NAPP member Mitzs who also gave me some link love on her blog, Pursuing Photoshop!  Thanks for that! 🙂

And now, for the POTD entries, I was able to contribute to Jason Moore’s ongoing Geographic Composition series which is featured on his blog today, so here’s that photo:

Denver Civic Center

And last but not least, since I got the 10-22mm lens (finally, after a year or so of debating which wide angle to get) on Friday, I was playing with the zoom and looking at the angle of view when my dog came right up to the lens the other day.  Instinctively, I snapped the shutter.  The aperture was wide open and the shutter speed was way to slow so the image quality is horrible, but the image itself is just hysterical.  Her name is Maggie, but we call her Moo for short.  So, in honor of her, I am closing today’s post with her:


Happy shooting, and we’ll see you back here tomorrow!

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3 comments for “Not Tuesday but Moo-Day

  1. December 17, 2008 at 8:41 am

    NICE SHOT JASON!! Love the color

  2. December 19, 2008 at 4:44 pm

    Thanks for the shout out Jason! And I have to say, I just love moo. That is a great shoot even if it is a tad blurry. I would not worry, her cuteness makes up for it!

  3. February 19, 2009 at 5:47 am

    The Canon EF-S 10-22mm is a great lens and I always have lots of fun shooting with it… and your photo of Moo illustrates exactly what I mean.
    It’s also an amazing lens for landscape, if used right.
    But right now, you just made me want to go find my cat and use my 10-22 on him… 😉

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