Here is a slideshow of miscellaneousness around the festival through the night.
AIRing it out in the tent!!! So happy to cross these guys off the list after being a fan for decades.
Tool time from a distance. The crowd was jam-packed after seeing all of the AIR set. But don’t worry, I have some much closer Tool shots from a previous festival – Voodoo in New Orleans – that I plan to eventually post.
As always – Stay tuned for more to come! Everything Ever is infinite!
Happy 101st anniversary to the National Parks system!
To celebrate one of the most prideful parts of these United States, here is a compilation of the parks we have visited so far in our lifetimes. Only six – seven! – so far, but it is a very important goal to explore the dozens of other unique monuments and vast lands this wonderful country has to offer us.
Below are a mosaic of photographs we have captured from National Parks and Monuments in the following territories: Colorado, Puerto Rico, New York and Texas.
Please enjoy them and please go visit them, be in awe of them, take care of them!
UPDATE! – We have since added a new park in a new state to our visitation list. This time it is the unbelievable, other-wordly National Park known as Carlsbad Caverns located within the land of enchantment, New Mexico. Photographs taken within this park have been added to the collection below. Please review and enjoy!
Hello How are ya! We are back, with many returns to share with you. Below you will find our discoveries of New York – throughout the city and the state, as we made the trek across from Manhattan to Niagara Falls. This trip was tons of fun, we accomplished just about everything we had planned – including Times Square, Chinatown, the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, Central Park, Niagara Falls (ziplining!) and much more — but only scratched the surface of what New York has to offer! Till next time!
Let us know what you think, if you have any questions or comments, and consider us for any project or event you would to have captured — We will do it!
We attended the first ever Fortress Festival’s second day of the two day fest (we had a previous engagement on Day One). This unique festival is held in Fort Worth, Texas – specifically in association with, and around, the Fort Worth Modern Art Museum. Two stages: one held on the Will Rogers park, and the other held within the Fort Worth Modern’s premises, on a float in their fancy clear-water pond.
We had the pleasure of capturing five acts:
Golden Dawn Arkestra
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Peter Hook & The Light.
Below are photos from this very cool inaugural event. This is something that the D.F.W. metroplex – especially Fort Worth – needs. We have high hopes for its future and eventual growth! Greatly looking forward to the 2018 version!