Beech HS mens basketball play Whites Creek tonight and cruised to a 62-33 win. Pretty much from the mid point of the first quarter the Bucs were in control. They displayed some great outside shooting and several nice dunks. Enjoy the images!
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Here are a few photos from a Christmas Television taping I shot a TBN on Friday, with High Road. These Three Young ladies are graduates of Belmont and a new christian group with wonderful harmony and energy, I really enjoy their music. Check your TBN listing to see when this show will air.
Here are a few images from Lindsey’s senior shoot. We had a great fall day in October and we took advantage of some great locations. Lindsey is a beautiful young lady and we had a great time shooting her images. She also plays tennis and my White Lightning strobes allowed me to turn light into day for her tennis court shots. Enjoy and let me here from you…like, don’t like!
Today lets all remember and thank those who have served the United States of America to insure our freedom. I have attached a shot of the Stars & Strips that flies above the retired aircraft carrier USS Midway, which now sets in the San Diego harbor. As I toured the flight deck of the carrier I was under one of the fighter jets, look up and saw the flag, the feeling I had was great appreciation.
Thank You servicemen and women!
A few weeks ago we had a senior portrait shoot scheduled with Rob and since a big part of Rob’s senior year is playing the D-line for the Beech Bucs, we began the shoot right after football practice. Here are a few images from our shoot. By the way several people ask me how I touched up his helmet with all the scars…the answer, I didn’t, those are D-line battle scars!
Had a great time Photographing Kenny G. (of course he is not the Kenny G but his last name starts with a G). It was a beautiful fall day and we decide to shoot on the land around Kenny’s parents house. The things that interest Kenny are his dog, his family, sports and his faith. We incorporated some of his interest into his images and we started with his dog!
Last night I shot the taping of PTL (Praise The Lord) at TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) with the Crabb Family, (brothers and sisters Jason, Aaron, Adam, Kelly and Terah). They taping will air this friday on TBN as a send off for their reunion (for lack of a better word) tour beginning November 10th 2011. These siblings are amazing people and oh so talented! If you get a chance go see them, you will be blessed. For more information on their tour go here www.thecrabbfamily.com
Last week my Father Ohley R. Dunlap passed from this life of 80 years and went to live with our Lord. I wanted to share a few things about my Dad that I am extremely thankful for.
My Dad was born and always lived in West Virginia. He was a simple man that worked with his hands as a printer and a carpenter. He was a man who rarely said I Love You but you knew he did, He had a big heart and shed tears which told you his emotions. He loved Jesus Christ and his church. He was hard working, was extremely honest and there was no need to make a promise because his word was his word. He loved my mom, Louise and was always looking out for her until his last day. He loved the outdoors, camping, the mountains and hunting. He really enjoyed Southern Gospel Quartets and hymns. He thought the world of his grandkids. At night he prayed with me and my brother from an early age. He was thrifty and would fix whatever had to be repaired until it could not be fixed again. He was a man of integrity and lived what he believed. He was always supportive. He like West Virginia Mountaineer football and basketball. He loved to eat and never gained weight. He liked it that my college buddies nicknamed me Ohley because it was an unusual name. He was proud of me and my brother. Until his illness he hated to miss a church service and rarely did. He always had a smile for people, he was kind and compassionate almost to a fault. He spoiled his dog and was very unselfish. He was nothing special and he liked it that way but he was an awesome father, he was my Dad. Thank you Dad!
I will miss him and I am sad but at the same time I have peace that passes my understanding, just like he had always taught us. I will see him again and I have hope, hope that comes from Jesus Christ. If you don’t know this peace and want to know more about it feel free to email me at email@example.com
Below is one of my favorite photos of my dad which I shot about 20 years ago.
Here are a few images from Caitie’s senior photo shoot taken in Nashville at an old factory. We had a great time on this shoot even though Caitie and I had both been battling chest colds all week, in-between our coughing spells, I think we managed to shoot some pretty good images (at least I hope she likes them). As you can tell this young lady is beautiful and plays a pretty great guitar. Hope you like the images!