Sk8er Boi

A random day I decided to go out and take photos. I found these kids in a skate park in Stamford, CT. They were cool with me taking photos of them. I decided to go for a grungy look just to pass the time. The photo with the brick wall… another forever unfinished project. I’m okay with that. :)

On The Way to Gilligan’s Island

It was a scorching day in Puerto Rico. I was afraid my camera would overheat, but I need to take photos like I need air to breathe. These boats take people to Gilligan’s Island.

What a treat! 5 Photos for the price of one!
Includes the original photo and 4 filtered ones. 5472 × 3648 Pixels
Filtered on Photoshop using Amaro, Mayfair, Nashville, X Pro II

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I Want To Be a Part of Something I Don’t Know

It was a breezy day in Puerto Rico. I saw a villa on my way to Gilligan’s Island and wondered what it would be like to live there. What my family would be like and how I would spend my days. Swinging on a hammock perhaps.

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Location: On the way to Gilligan’s Island, Puerto Rico

Dimensions: 5359 × 3573 pixels


“Love, Sarah” & “Rhonda”

“Love, Sarah”

Love, Sarah

Often, the smallest gifts are the most meaningful.

Location: Palmyra, NY
Model: Sarah Ann
Dimensions: 4104 x 2736 Pixels

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Deep in thought

Location: Palmyra, NY
Model: Rhonda K Peck
Dimensions: 4104 x 2736 Pixels

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Munchkin the Siamese Munchkin

Drove from CT all the way to UT with my friend Heidi and this little kitty accompanied us in the car the entire way! One of the things that make him special and the reason he’s called a “munchkin” is that his legs are half the size of a normal cat. I noticed in particular that his hind legs look like rabbit feet!

Location: Utah
Model: Munchkin
Dimensions: 5472 × 3648 Pixels

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Integrating a WordPress Blog into an Adobe Muse Website

I found two solutions. I like the 2nd more than the 1st.

1) Use one of the WordPress themes that’s pretty clean; like a white theme. Go to Muse and open up the page you are using for your blog. Click “Object” > “Insert HTML…”

Type the following code. I would have typed it out, but WordPress kept converting it instead of just letting it stay typed.

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Make sure to replace the domain of my WordPress blog with yours. This creates a seamless i-frame that has no borders.  It’s the easiest way to put a blog into your Muse website without having create many php scripts. When I tried it though, I felt limited in what I could do from the Muse webpage so I made mine using option 2.

2) Create your WordPress blog so that it looks as much as possible like your Muse website. Here is a video by the well-known Terry White to tell you the rest. Start at 12:40/19:30.

In my case, my Muse website uses custom headers so I didn’t need to make a fake webpage. I just linked some text in my navigation system to my WordPress blog. You can see mine here: Just roll-over the navigation on the top left and go to “A Day in the Life” and it should take you to the home page of this blog. It’s not perfectly the same, but I figure – Good Enough!!