Blatant Filler Post

Hey guys –

Sorry I haven’t gotten a post up in the last few days.  Things got crazy busy over the weekend and they pretty much required my full attention.  BUT DON’T FRET!  As soon as a spare hour or dozen pop up this week, I’ll have some super-awesome stuff to share.

For now, let us dwell on the unseasonably favorable weather we’ve been having.  Even though things have dialed back to a more spring-like temperature (which is good) I still have the upcoming summer right on the forefront of my mind.  Many people think of things like picnics, camping, or family trips.

I love food.

Specifically I like to cook.  A lot.  Grilling too.  OK, not “too.”  If I had my say, almost all of my food would be grilled.  Except soup.  That get’s tricky.

But vegetables.  Grilled vegetables are the way to go in the summer time.  In that regard, I present you with the vision of summer dancing in my head.  And yes – I grilled all these myself.  But not on a grill… on an electric stove.  I did, however eat that garlic.  It was fantastic.

I wish this picture was “click and smell.”

– Jon

Rockin’ it out.

This a project that’s been in the works for a few months now.

So my girlfriend collects rocks.  It’s been a topic of debate occasionally (I’m not big on nick knacks).  Most walks in the woods/on the beach/around a field result in overly heavy fanny packs. I’ll admit I complain occasionally.

That said – I take back all my whining.

Rocks are pretty cool.  Did you know obsidian is actually translucent?  Because it’s volcanic glass, and whatnot, you can shoot light THROUGH it.  My gal showed me that… so if you did know, don’t rub it in… OH!  Did you also know that shiny, multi-colored colored one is a massive pain to shoot.  See – the problem with a dark, crystalline rock that reflects at every possible angle, it that you have to find that one, single, solitary, PERFECT spot for the light.  It’s irksome, to say the least.

So, here are some rockin’ pics.  Because these are generic enough, I decided to put them on my fine-art site, JonKArtogrphy.  Stop by and pick up a print if you’d like.

-Jon

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