Category: Photography

Thursday, June 10, 2004

The Beholder -

Frank Johnson, photojournalist has been keeping daily records of the G8 summit in GA.  Check out his photoblog as well as his informative comments regarding mainstream media’s exaggeration of the population protesting the summit.

Let’s get straight to the point. There weren’t 50,000 people showing discontent with world leadership. There weren’t 5,000 people from all around the world justifying a state of emergency. There weren’t 500 people consistently trying to get a coherent message out.

There was maybe 300 maximum between the two cities who marched on Tuesday. It has been reported 600 international news organizations with projections of as many as 2,000 media staff between the two locations. And no less than 10,000 law enforcement. For those that might not be aware. The Boy Scout motto is Be Prepared.

Posted by SPN on 06/10 at 11:47 AM in Photography
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Tuesday, June 08, 2004

The Beholder -

Frank has been covering the G8 summit in Brunswick, GA this week.  Take a look and read his comments.

Posted by SPN on 06/08 at 10:33 AM in Photography
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Friday, June 04, 2004

Did I mention that all of my Peru pictures are uploaded now?

Go here

Posted by SPN on 06/04 at 10:58 AM in Photography
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Friday, April 30, 2004

The Seattle Times: Local News: Woman loses her job over coffins photo

Doesn’t this sound like another case of the government censoring news designed for the people?  Doesn’t this sound like tactics used by fascist nations to control their “subjects”?
Doesn’t this sound like an administration that is more concerned with reelection protection than national unity and understanding?

Anyway, read the old news yourself.

By Hal Bernton
Seattle Times staff reporter

A military contractor has fired Tami Silicio, a Kuwait-based cargo worker whose photograph of flag-draped coffins of fallen U.S. soldiers was published in Sunday’s edition of The Seattle Times.

Silicio was let go yesterday for violating U.S. government and company regulations, said William Silva, president of Maytag Aircraft, the contractor that employed Silicio at Kuwait International Airport.

“I feel like I was hit in the chest with a steel bar and got my wind knocked out. I have to admit I liked my job, and I liked what I did,” Silicio said.

Posted by SPN on 04/30 at 01:47 PM in Photography
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Monday, April 26, 2004

I don’t have photo’s as of yet

I have been working on replacing the intake mainifold, gaskets, carb, gaskets, and hand machining all of the comonents t fit.  bsicaly it’s been a pain-in-the-ass!!! so I’ll post pix in a bit and of the new fillies!  i am so swamped these day’s it seems time to complete bodily functions is a day well earned!  I know thats nasty but true some days?!!


Posted by bbeard on 04/26 at 01:35 AM in Photography
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Monday, January 12, 2004

We had a bat in our building.

However, whenever and whyever it chose to, a bat got inside our building and was chilling out on the floor.  I picked it up with the paper towels shown in the following pictures and took it outside.  Luckily, it was during the week of 50 degree weather here.  If flew away as if it had a clue where it was going.


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Posted by SPN on 01/12 at 03:45 PM in Photography
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Tuesday, December 30, 2003

P-440 Photo Printer

This might be my new printer.  I have to complete my photo equip. purchases while I have a job.  hehe

Posted by SPN on 12/30 at 03:48 PM in Photography
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Thursday, September 25, 2003

pictures a’comming

Should recieve digital camera 2marrow.  Be much easier to post and mail pics 2 U all. Look for “moon-bed” pictures and lots of other wierd and silly stuff.

Posted by bbeard on 09/25 at 06:42 AM in Photography
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Saturday, September 06, 2003

Trinity has new pictures in the Gallery.

We were taking these when a squirrel decided to take its life while walking on high voltage lines.  We will probably take some more pretty soon.

Stay tuned.

Posted by SPN on 09/06 at 11:32 PM in Photography
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Monday, August 25, 2003

Chess is loved in Atlanta

Chess is popular around the world, but here in Atlanta, Georgia would appear to be becoming more popular.image

Here are just a few sample photos from the 4th Annual Family Fun Day held in Centennial Park (Atlanta, Ga).  �2003 - Frank Johnson/ChessPhotos.comimage

Posted by Frank Johnson on 08/25 at 11:02 AM in Photography
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