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Visions of Big Bend Project Updated

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Offline tjavery

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Visions of Big Bend Project Updated
« on: December 16, 2009, 04:02:50 PM »
I've finally updated my project page properly with the photos I've taken this year.

This project has grown fairly well in the past 5+ years, I feel. I certainly wish I could visit and photograph the park more often, but considering I live 10+ hours away (plus have a full-time job, wife and kids at home) I think ~1.5 visits per year isn't a bad average :icon_lol:

I will most certainly continue to photograph the park and surrounding areas. It is a project that I'm still very interested in and passionate about.


Offline East Texan

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Re: Visions of Big Bend Project Updated
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2009, 09:54:02 AM »
T.J. - Congrats on your "new job" - I understand you will be an instructor with Craig Tanner and Marti Jeffers at their 2010 Big Bend Photo Workshop.  WOW - dream come true.  If I could come up with the scratch, I would be there just to get you to show me how to get those great star shots.
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