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Lightworker

And God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness. And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night… —Genesis 1:3—5 (KJV) My love affair with Light began as a result of my chosen profession,…

iPhone Photography Tips

If you are an enthusiast of Mobile Photography, you will probably enjoy some tips on how to use your iPhone to make better photographs. Apple has put together 17 short videos to demonstrate features and techniques that can improve your skills and make your photos stand out. Have you ever wondered how to take a long…

A Heartfelt Farewell

The Golden Gate Bridge Manager, Kary Witt, has announced his retirement and the Bridge District put together a very nice retrospective video of his tenure. Kary assumed his current position not long after I hired on in 1999. I had the opportunity to work with him on a number of projects in my 15 year career there. No matter…

The Final Stitch

Every football that has ever been passed from one NFL great to another has come out of small Ada, Ohio. For the past 48 years Aunt Jane has had a hand in every Super Bowl football since the tradition began. —The Final Stitch. How A Super Bowl Football Is Made Join Jane Hesler as she sees her…

The Conscientious Cooperator

Desmond Doss photo

A lot has happened since I posted this story about Desmond Doss back in 2012. Mel Gibson has directed a movie—Hacksaw Ridge—about Mr. Doss and his experience as a Combat Medic in World War II. The film is nominated for six Academy Awards this year and in six days the Oscar telecast will reveal who received the prestigious…

Resilient

…Let’s close the year by celebrating people, places, and objects that endure. —WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge This year will mark the 80th year that the Golden Gate Bridge has been open to the public. Thought by many to be “the bridge that could not be built”, it stands today as a monument to the imagination and…