This year I went to Jerusalem twice. The first time was in June and the second was in October for the Feast of Tabernacles. I went by myself but was not alone as the Holy Spirit guided me. He was with me. Incredible events unfolded and I was in the middle of it all. I must keep details between myself and God, but let me say He is simply a wonderful Father.
I recently completed a month-long social influencing trip across four countries throughout Southern Africa. I was providing daily posts across my Instagram accounts for safari lodges and conducting social media growth strategies. I ended the trip with this image…
I recently traveled around the entire country of South Africa, from Johannesburg to Cape Town to George and back again twice. I flew mostly as I still am not comfortable driving on the left side of the road.
I photographed these U.S. presidents busts, aka statues, this past January. They stand about 20 feet in height, and are currently located on a private farm in Williamsburg, Virginia. Not a tourist attraction. These sculptures used to be located in the Presidents Park before its closure in September, 2010. Continue reading →
1. Don’t post photo after photo after photo after photo without pause. For a professional photographer, or serious student, a healthy rule of thumb for frequency in posting images is once every 4 to 6 hours. When you post more frequently, some social media consumers consider it spam and will often unfollow you. Continue reading →