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A Blast From the Past and a Missed Opportunity.


It's been busy lately. Starting 2 Thursdays ago. I've had events to work every day, and even today. I love what I do, but sometimes it's still nice to take a break. So, I signed up for a ride in this WWII Beech 18 SNB-5 . . .More about that late.


During a food shoot some time ago I met Hollywood actor Sam Umoh. He is spending some time in Pueblo and we had a chance to meet at the Hungry Buffalo restaurant in the Fuel and Iron Food Hall. After some discussion we decided to get together and do some photos. Last Thursday both our schedules freed up and we got together.

Just after that I raced to Colorado Springs to to a shoot for Lutheran Family Services. It was their 75th Anniversary celebration. And that led into working my shift a Steel City Art Works Gallery on Friday.


Of course late September is always the Chili Fest in Pueblo, so for two days I was shooting portraits on an amazing sword throne made by Tom and Styles, a couple of metalwork artists, I've come to know. Union Street in Pueblo was packed for two day.


The following Sunday, I had a shoot with a rising star cowboy named Ridley. He is the grandson of a fellow photographer good friend of mine. He needed some photos for a billboard that will be displayed in Las Vegas, NV for a large event.



Theatrical Event at Sangre de Cristo Arts Center to which all the local schools were invited.

A day later, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center had their Fall Festival Event, where I spent a couple hours before racing off to Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum for their fall event and Costume Contest.



What About the Missed Opportunity?

I was hoping to finish out the day by taking a ride on the beautifully restored WWII Beech SNB-5. Un fortunately I was late arriving for the first ride of the day and when I had completed my tasks they had completed the last ride of the day..



Maybe next time.

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