My two boys, Will and Payton, and I will be embarking on another road trip this summer. You may remember last year when the boys and I started at the “0” mile marker of U.S. 250 and drove it until it ended in Richmond, VA.
I had a little help from a couple of Paleophotographers while checking out the preview for Cedar Point’s Dinosaurs Alive!. If you notice the photo credits you may see the last name of Werling in every one, but the first names differ a bit.
As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, the annual photo contest will be going digital this year. As of today, you can start sending in submissions to the various category e-mail addresses. Entries are limited to two entries per person per category.
I try to be accurate, I really do. With all the different assignments and places a photojournalist does in a day, week, month, year, or past 12 years, one of the most important things isn't what I do with the camera, but what I do with a pencil and paper.
When I went to school it was called Home Economics or “HomeEck.” Now, thinking back, I’m not sure that title really fit the class. The class had everything to do with what high-schoolers needed to learn in the home, but I never really learned the economics of it.