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Saturday, June 23, 2007

Weddings, Tornado Documentaries, Palm Trees and a Classic North Texas Sunset.

On July 4th, Darin, Derek and I will be heading back to Greensburg, KS to have an independent film crew interview us about our experience on May 4th. The producer, who's very first film will air on PBS in the next week, has made a name for himself early on, and has been shooting the rebuilding process for the town of Greensburg since the tragedy. It will be good to get back there and see how much they have come along. On another note, I called Jose, one of the gentleman who we helped that night in Greensburg, to see how he was, and he was pretty excited to talk to me and couldn't wait to see the video (which he requested that night). For some reason, he was there that night, visiting from California. I have been trying to get ahold of Daniel Unruh of Greensburg, who we picked up that night south of there when his farm was destroyed, but I can't get ahold of the number he gave me.

So I think I'm going to buy a cheap boat that I can fish on for the summer, and not be tempted to blow every penny I have on chasing up north. My girlfriend has been wanting one for awhile and I think it's time to buy a junker. So I told my sister I would shoot pics of her wedding, even though I'm really not that good and have never shot my camera in front of people before. I think most of them turned out alright, considering it was 100/72 on SPI at 5 pm! Heat can affect the way you shoot and sweat will get into your eyes making it tougher to see things when adjusting the focus manually.

Here are a few shots of the wedding (I have like 150 more to process...damn women!), some palm trees outside my grandpa's house and a sunset near Fort Worth on our way home.

I'll probably post more sometime next week. I'm kind of burned out on the processing already, and don't want to take any more pics, unless it's of tornadoes.

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