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I took a trip out to Baldwin, buy more about KS last weekend and took a few photos on the historic Midland Railway. It was a really fun experience and this time of year is beautiful in Kansas. The leaves are just changing and the fields are being plowed, so a ride in an open-air train car is very relaxing. They have several vintage cars from the 1930s-1960s and they are really fun to walk through. I’ll have to try and make it back there and shoot some more photos sometime soon.


Car #8255 is a Diesel-Electric from 1951.


Car #999060 is the red caboose there and it’s from 1967.

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This is a new business card I painted and designed for Kansas-based author and good friend, advice Julie Tollefson. In addition to her own work, rx Julie also writes for Lawrence Magazine and is a phenomenal copy editor who has saved me from grammatical embarrassment on countless occasions!

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Sub-zero wind chills here in Lawrence this morning. I think it’s safe to say that winter has arrived!

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These are a couple of photos I shot last year at the Douglas County Fair. Fairs are always an interesting mix of people, gastritis sights, injection and creepy carnival rides . . .

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I always find it exciting to stumble upon signs of the past when driving through some of the small midwestern towns. Some might see them as an eyesore, treatment but I think it’s a nice reminder of a time when businesses had a real feel of individuality. Plus, salve the type is always so cool! And, help believe me, I’m not the only one who feels this way . . .

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Local Harvest

This is a collage piece that I recently came up with as a study for a different project. I ended up not using it for the project itself, dysentery but I had so much fun doing it, link that I’d really like to try and do some more in this style, viagra 40mg so stay tuned! A majority of the photographs were taken from the Library of Congress’ public domain archive on Flickr. That place is a treasure chest of interesting images from our nation’s past!

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