Monthly Archives: March 2013

Random rock shots – Frank Zappa

The latest from my scanning project is this 1972 shot of the incomparable Frank Zappa performing in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Clueless photographer stumbles upon rare shot

Here’s one you don’t see every day. Two Southern rock icons – Toy Caldwell jamming with Dickey Betts. In October 1975 I rode along with the Outlaws for a week in California. They opened several shows for the Marshall Tucker Band and one stadium show for MTB and the Allman Brothers Band. This was from […]

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Only in Walmart

I’ve had my iPhone for over a year, with lots of opportunities to get some beautiful shots, and what do I use it for? Juvenile body part humor at Walmart, what else. So if anyone was thinking this blog is getting a little too classy, this should dispel any concerns. How exactly are those slips […]

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Last light on the tree tops

Here’s one last pic from yesterday. We started at Grandfather Mountain, but the park closes at 5 PM and there was an hour of daylight left. We drove to nearby Beech Mountain and got there just in time to get a few shots before the sun was blocked by one of the mountains. In this […]

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No global warming allowed

Towards the end of last December, Mitzi and I drove to the mountains in search of rime ice, with no luck. It had melted by the time we got there. We had better luck today. It was suitably cold at the top of Grandfather Mountain and the rime ice was spectacular under a clear Carolina […]

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