On September 11, 2010, I left Durham, North Carolina to get to Racine, Wisconsin by way of Chillicothe, Ohio. Last Sunday I departed Racine for Columbia, Missouri, by way of St. Louis. Since then I’ve lost a pillow (it will be returned), been slimed by a Silver carp, photographed a levitating Kim Komenich at the 62nd annual Missouri Photo Workshop in Macon, Missouri, and played tourist at my Alma mater. My odometer cracked 27,000…not so happy about that, and I’ve also had my share of meals on the road. Things will slow down soon, but not yet…
On Wednesday I went out on the Big Muddy with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to see just how responsive Asian Silver carp are to the sounds of boat motors–to say nothing of the electro-fishing rig onboard. I got slimed…
Missouri Photo Workshop
The 62nd annual MPW was held in Macon, Missouri this year, and was coordinated by two of my favorite people in the world, Jakob Berr and Calin Ilea.
An Interactive “Sloth Crawl” Reprise!
My friend Calin Ilea told me to follow Kim Komenich around and make a “flip book.” Kim crawled around before activating his levitation mode.
Are you planning to take part in MPW next year?
Nice job on the levitation bit, it got quite a good laugh from the audience!
I’m thinking about signing up for the workshop next year–it will all depend on what my calendar looks like, and what kind of travel funds I have at the time–because I think it could be a good learning experience, if also a baptism by fire.
Thanks again for taking my picture and THEN comforting me. 🙂 Seriously though, thanks for the moral support.