The third and final collection of pictures from the Miller Triplets birthday party. I know, I’m sad about it too. Who knows when I’ll be able to get adorable triplet pictures again. Hold on to these times my friends.
It could be a long time before I see any of these people again, so I guess Laura’s Snapchat stories and Becca and Bethany’s Instagram posts will have to be enough for now.
This is your reminder that this week’s theme for THE WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is EMOTIONS:
An EMOTIONS pictures is pretty simple. It is just a picture of somebody or something showing an EMOTION(S) or even a picture of something that stirs EMOTIONS in you would also work.
I get the notion that this might not be as popular of a theme. I’ve had zero submissions to this point. The last couple of weeks I have had a handful of submissions by now.
Get on it!
Happy photo harvesting!
You want even more pictures of the triplets first birthday party? Guess what. You came to the right location!
The one thing about having triplets is that there is almost enough babies to go around to all the grandparents and aunts and uncles. Almost.
One more collection of Baby Triforce birthday party pictures in the hopper!
Here it is! The 12th and final collection of pictures from when Fly Iowa was in Boone. Hope you enjoyed this collection of pictures nearly as much as I enjoyed taking them. I know Tamara did at least!
Exhales. Plenty of giant folders of images to curate still left in the backlog though.
If you want to go back and checkout any of the Fly Iowa pictures, click on the link below:
Probably going to be lots of Minnesota State Fair pictures in your future. Prepare yourself accordingly!
It is time for the 11th installment of pictures of when Fly Iowa was in Boone last August.
All these pictures are of the plane that was painted like Air Force One.
Only 100 Fly Iowa pictures left to reboot.
Time for the 10th installment of pictures of when Fly Iowa was in Boone back in August.
Featured in this collection of photos is a plane that was painted to look like Air Force One. This airplane was the end of the show. Thank goodness because it flew around to that awful Lee Greenwood song. But more on the pilot and their terrible taste in music in a later post, probably.
Only 200 Fly Iowa pictures left to curate.
Time for the 9th installment of images from when Fly Iowa was in Boone back in August.
Only 300 Fly Iowa pictures left to curate!
Time for the 8th thrilling chapter of pictures from Fly Iowa.
Here is one lesson want to give everybody from these pictures. Clean your sensor. Particularly if you are going to be taking, say 1200 pictures, with most of them against a blue background. Dust spots really show up against a blue background and they can be a pain to take out in Photoshop.
It can be intimidating cleaning your photo sensor, but it actually isn’t as hard as one would think. That being said, you definitely need the proper equipment. That is all I have to say about that… at this time.
Only 400 Fly Iowa images left to curate.
Day 4 of working from home in the books. Another positive about working from home that I’ve discovered is the extra sleep. I didn’t think I would sleep in, but it turns out, I sleep in about an extra 45 minutes. The weird part is that Naima also sleeps in later too. I wasn’t expecting that.
Let’s see how Day 5 goes…
Here is another collection of images from when Fly Iowa was in Boone:
Yes, I thought it was weird that the pilot of the Tuskegee Airmen plane was white.
Only 500 more Fly Iowa photos to curate!
Day 2 of working from home is in the books. The positive I learned about working from home today is that the bathroom is only about 10 feet away from my work from home desk. It is always open. At the mine, I don’t know if people’s bowel movements sync up or that my fellow miners take incredibly long times in there, but it seems like there is never a free bathroom.
It is a positive that I never have to wait for a clean (just cleaned it yesterday) bathroom. Also, Joe got his microphone working, so I can call him through Teams. He doesn’t have a webcam, but at least that is one more person I can have a conversation with that doesn’t involve a keyboard. Yeah, I know, nobody took my phone away, but it feels different somehow.
Today’s soundtrack was John Coltrane.
We’ll see how Day 3 goes.
Here is yet another collection of pictures from when Fly Iowa was in Boone:
Only 500 more Fly Iowa images to curate!
I should start today by wising my Aunt Linda a happy birthday!
Recently I shared a collection of pictures I took of the old Boone Dump sliding into McHose Park. Aunt Linda sent me a story that I thought I would share, so you would know what kind of people I come from:
I really liked this history of the junk yard. I have fond memories of going to the junk yard as a family….my dad, mom, David, Gerald and me. Dad would take a gun in case we were attacked by rats. We often found treasures to take home for one reason or another.
I want you to think about this story the next time you even remotely think of trying to mistakenly labeling me as an elitist. I’m the guy that comes from a family that used to go to the town dump, with my Grandpa packing heat to fend off the junkyard rats! These are my people!
Happy birthday Aunt Linda!
Time for yet another collection of images from Fly Iowa:
Only 700 more images from Fly Iowa to curate!