Today isÂ Memorial DayÂ in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is also dedicated each year to the memory ofÂ David Leimbach,Â (shown above; the brother of our friend and colleagueÂ Jeff Leimbach), who died four years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day.
It's a national holiday here in the US (the banks are closed, government offices, and so on), and our offices are closed today as well, as we celebrate the New Year. I'm off today from work, but I'm psyched to be shooting the Outback Bowl on assignment from Southcreek Global (The Georgia Bulldogs vs. the Michigan State Spartans). It's my last scheduled football shoot for the season (but hey, ya never know, right?), but now that football is almost over, it could be time to shoot some NHL Ice Hockey soon, eh? :) If I get anything decent, I'll post a few here tomorrow. Here's wishing you your best year yet!!! Cheers, -Scott
Hi Gang: Google+ (which I just saw today referred to as "a photographer's paradise" by another G+ user), is now open to the public, and I'd like to invite you to follow me (well, add me to your circle) there. I post more often there than anywhere else, because the whole community and concept is so conducive to photographers, and if you haven't had a chance to try it...well...now's your chance. Plus, it's free which is sweet! Here's the link to my Google+ page. http://kel.by/onGplus I hope you'll stop by if you get a chance. :) Cheers, -Scott
We shall never forget those who perished on 9/11. The men, women, and children in the two towers;, in the Pentagon, passengers in the four planes; all the brave individuals who rushed in to help others and made the ultimate sacrifice, and the men and women of our armed services who gave their lives to protect our country in the ten years since that tragic day. We shall never forget.
Hi gang: Greetings from Seat 34D. :) As I write this I'm on a red-eye Delta flight back from a trip to Adobe's headquarters out in San Jose, California. We had a bunch of fantastic meetings while we were out there (I think we met with almost every product team out here---we caught up with some old friends, and made some new ones, too). Totally awesome trip, but I'm absolutely beat and sadly i don't have much of a post for you tonight, but I will have some stuff on Monday. Here's wishing you a great weekend and we'll see you back here on Monday. :) Best, -Standby Coach Passenger Kelby Seat 34D
Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. (Photo credit: iStockPhoto.com) This post is also dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach, (brother of our friend and colleague Jeff Leimbach), who died three years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. P.S. If you have a moment; Moose Peterson has a very fitting post which features not only some amazing World War II Aircraft Facts & Statistics, but some wonderful aviation photos of these warbirds in action as well. Here's the link.