On Saturday February 22, 2014 I attended the Great Los Angeles Air Raid of 1942 event at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, CA. I was with the Planes of Fame and with the musuem's M4-A1 Sherman Tank crew. Here are the prints of that event. Look for my article in the Planes of Fame news letter along with Eye on Fine Art Photography Magazine.
Looking forward to March 7th, Lidia and I will be with Huey Lewis and the News at Pechanga Casino and Resort in Temecula, CA.
Upcoming there will be a visit with Nathan Truman the founder and head of Nate's Star Car Central. We will be with him at the Bat Cave to interview him and look at his Star Cars "Batmobile", "Shagquire", and his "Jurassic Park" Explorer.
I will be at the The Great Los Angeles Air Raid of 1942 event at Fort MacArthur Museum along with the Planes of Fame Crew and the History Channel. Look for our pictures and story on line and in the Eye on Fine Art Photography Magazine.
We will be at the 21st Scotsfestival at the Queen Mary in Long Beach today taking part in and covering the event, which includes music, Highland Games, food, drink, demonstrations, and ending with a Rock your kilt concert. I will be sporting my MacLeod Clan Kilt for the event!
This was a busy day for us here at Eye on Fine Art Photography. In addition to the Chasing Reno Gold event in Chino, CA we also Visited the Union Pacific Big Boy at the Union Pacific Yard in Bloomington, CA. On it's voyage from its old home in Pomona, CA to Wyoming where it will be restored and become a rolling rail road museum.
We were at this great event at the Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino, CA this morning.
Chasing Reno Gold moderated by "Chasing Reno Gold" Producer Mark Chiolis the speakers at this event are Reno Racing greats Darryl Greenamyer, Clay Lacy, Bruce Lockwood, 'Secret' Pete Law, Steve Hinton Sr. and Steve Hinton Jr. Look for the complete story in our March Issue of "Eye on Fine Art Photography" Magazine.
Here is the link to the pictures I took on this amazing assignment.
After 6 days in subzero weather, an serious car accident and a great time with great people my assignment in Wisconsin is done. I'm headed back to Wisconsin with almost 4,000 pictures to go through, new friends in Wisconsin, and exhaustion. But this has been one of the most interesting assignments I've ever been on. Here are a few shots of my trip back to the LA area from Milwaukee, WI. I left at 6:30 in the morning for the airport with a temperature of -10 degrees.
It was a perfect Wisconsin Winter day to finish up the ski jump tournament in Westby, WI. With the temperature about 25 degrees with intermittent periods of snow, clouds, and sunshine the final day of competition was about to begin. With an opening ceremony with the US Army ROTC Honor Guard from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse and introduction to local royalty the day began. The skill of these athletes was amazing and they did put on quite a display of a training, skill, and endurance.