Playing Catch-up: Working on Multiple Postings


Hello everyone.

As all of you know, I’ve been off the web for a few weeks. But now I have my new laptop and will be catching up all my blog postings.

These include assignments I’ve covered for The Bellingham Herald, personal projects, thoughts on current photojournalism issues (including discussing the child photo in Pilger, Neb.)

In the past week I received all my replacement photo and computer equipment. So I will be catching up my blogs this Monday.

Right now, here’s a few recent photos:

Storm Brewing Over Bellingham:

© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography - Storm clouds form over Barkley Village on Saturday afternoon June 28, 2014, in Bellingham, Wash.

© Paul Conrad/Pablo Conrad Photography – Storm clouds form over Barkley Village on Saturday afternoon June 28, 2014, in Bellingham, Wash.

Hannah Dashiell Bench Dedication:

© Paul Conrad/The Bellingham Herald - Hannah Dashiell's mother Jeannette Dashiell hugs Alex Powell, left, as Hannah's sister Maddy Dashiell hugs Lindsey Dunning during the Hanna Dashiell Bench Dedication at Barkley Village on Saturday afternoon June 28, 2014, in Bellingham, Wash. Powel and Dunning were close friends with Hannah. Dashiell died in a motor vehicle accident in early January of this year. A memorial scholarship has been setup by the Whatcom Community Foundation in her name for high school girls pursuing a career in the medical field.

© Paul Conrad/The Bellingham Herald – Hannah Dashiell’s mother Jeannette Dashiell hugs Alex Powell, left, as Hannah’s sister Maddy Dashiell hugs Lindsey Dunning during the Hanna Dashiell Bench Dedication at Barkley Village on Saturday afternoon June 28, 2014, in Bellingham, Wash. Powell and Dunning were close friends with Hannah. Dashiell died in a motor vehicle accident in early January of this year. A memorial scholarship has been setup by the Whatcom Community Foundation in her name for high school girls pursuing a career in the medical field.

Mud & Color:

© Paul Conrad/The Bellingham Herald - Sandals and children's shovels lay on the beach during The 31st Annual Birch Bay Sand Sculpture Contest  on Birch Bay Beach on Saturday  morning June 14, 2014, in Birch Bay, Wash.

© Paul Conrad/The Bellingham Herald – Sandals and children’s shovels lay on the beach during The 31st Annual Birch Bay Sand Sculpture Contest on Birch Bay Beach on Saturday morning June 14, 2014, in Birch Bay, Wash.

Have a great day and thank you for visiting

Paul

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