A beautiful December wedding in Prescott Arizona atop the mountain at Prescott Resort.
Various Landscapes in Tennessee
Chris Burhard and Ben Weiland stop by the Googleplex to discuss surf photography and their surf movie, “Cradle of Storms.”
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St. Ignatius Loyola Roman Catholic Church is located in Spring, a
Northwest Suburb of Houston, TX. Founded in 1985 by the Archdiocese of
Galveston-Houston, St. Ignatius was first led by Priests from the
Society of Jesus, better known as the “Jesuits”. St. Ignatius was the
founder of the Jesuits and his statue watches over the beautiful prayer
garden in front of the chapel. The statue of the Virgin Mary is in the
smaller prayer garden. The music is Dietrich Buxtehude’s Canzonetta in
St Mary the Virgin church, Steeple Ashton, is an extraordinary building, described by author Simon Jenkins (England’s Thousand Best Churches) as a ‘fairy castle’). It is perhaps one of the finest examples of Perpendicular Gothic architecture in England. Hang on, scratch the ‘perhaps’; it IS one of the finest examples of this style of medieval architecture. It is an architectural gem, and has been awarded a Grade I listing as an historic monument.
The church consists of a nave with clerestory, chancel, north and south aisles, north and south porches, and a four-stage western tower embellished with crocketing and pinnacles. The church is first recorded in 1281, in terms that suggest it was in existence long before then.
The embattled tower dates from the early 15th century. It was originally topped by a huge spire reaching 186 feet above the ground. The spire was struck by lightning in 1670, and again the following year, killing two workmen, and it was never replaced. Around the roofline are carved a number of fabulous gargoyles and other grotesque beings.
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Dji Mavic 2 Pro
Dji Phantom 4 Pro
Canon EOS 750D
Sony Handycam HDR PJ810E
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Join me as I scout out some abandoned places in Kentucky, all of which have something to do with Whiskey. This stop was at the Louisville Cooperage in Louisville Kentucky.
On entering there were strong warnings of the toxins that remained in the water and soil so I figured it was a good thing I wore my shoes. Of all the abandoned places in Kentucky I explored the Louisville Cooperage was one of the largest. Here was one main structure that still contained much of the old equipment which I found very interesting. There was also a boat and a lot of cool spray paint. Other than that it was warehouse space that occupied most of the land, but still a very cool explore.
My project BARE USA is a nation wide photography project that contrast natural beauty with man-made decay. This contrast is achieved by photographing nude models in abandoned locations.
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►Brief Summary of the Video: This is the Part 2 video of the Abandoned Fred C. Nelles Correctional Facility which is now DEMOLISHED. I end up getting into the church, gym, hospital, and auditorium as well as some other little rooms. This video has way more to see than the last video, but make sure you didnt miss part 1.
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MAIN CAMERA: Panasonic Lumix G7
GOPRO: GoPro Hero 5 Black
– GoPro Karma Grip
DRONE: DJI Phantom 3 Standard
– Camera backpack with drone compatibility
– Various GoPro accessories
– Nikon D3100 DSLR
– iPhone 6 Plus & iPad Air
*yes i worked at a gas station and saved up to buy all that myself*
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Wayne On The Road with LaDonna & Lua EP063
After driving for a few days to escape the colder temperatures LaDonna found a cool place to stop just outside of Beatty. I was a great little spot to recharge and hang out with lots of animals and birds and a spot for Lua to swim.
We checked out the ghost town of Rhyolite and did some photography in the Goldwell Open Air Museum which is close by. Here are some GPS coordinates if you’re passing through and need a nice little spot to pull over for a few days.
The Pond: 36.882954, -116.753286
Ryholite: 36.901620, -116.828330
Goldwell Open Air Museum: 36.894862, -116.830578
Awesome Intro Music: Created specially for WOTR by Pedwell:
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You can see that there are hundreds of people here every Saturday! This flight was done just after everyone was leaving because it was the first time flying in this area and i wanted to set everything up for this weeks shoot. (Tomorrow)
We visited Florence AZ and filmed this promo video for St. Anthony’s Monastery showcasing their beautiful property that includes amazing landscapes, architecture and churches. We hope you enjoy watching the video as much as we enjoyed creating it. Check out more at
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Oakwood University Emphasis weekend took place in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex Feb 1 – 3, 2013. Here’s the Dynamic Praise concert. Enjoy
Built in 1917, it was abandoned in the 60s when I95 was constructed, the highway being located just a stone’s throw away from it. The Annie Lytle Preservation Group has been cleaning out this abandoned school in Jacksonville for the past few years hoping one day that someone will purchase this building and save it. You can see how it used to look here:
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First Presbyterian Shreveport Louisiana Wedding Photography, Rev. R. Rhodes Stipp marries El Karubah Shriners Temple, past potentate, groom Danny Mullen