David Sharp of Sharpwerks is at it again! Check out these beautiful custom hand-made knives. They have to be seen in person as the image just doesn’t relay the feel, balance and heft of these knives. Awesome is all I can say. My favorite is the small “Hunter” style – so nice! David also has a new pry-bar tool that has a striker notch in it for his new ferrocerium rod’s. I need one of these! ……be sure to hit the “continue reading” link….
The following knives are designed and hand-built by David Sharp of Sharpwerks. I just took the pictures.
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Wine Barrels - Paso Robles, CA
I started playing around with a new plug-in (new for me anyway) from Nik Software called Silver EFEX Pro. It’s a plug-in for Aperture and it has me seeing everything in black & white. It’s actually a pretty cool piece of software. I don’t even have to export my image, it just opens up from within Aperture and off I go. I need to send these people some money, my demo expires in 2-weeks.
Newport Beach Pier
Merry Christmas Everyone! May next year be awesome!
photo by Terry White…I wish it was mine!
We took a little drive yesterday on Route 66 looking for photo opportunities. Found the regulars, but also have a couple of new locations to go back and shoot. I’m really loving my new Droid X phone, these images were shot with my cell phone – pretty amazing quality for a cell phone.
It’s Father’s day and I’m on a road trip with my two daughters to nowhere special, just out having fun and were driving old Route 66 and we come across this – Elmer’s Bottle Tree Forest. Needless to say, I pulled the car over very quickly and grabbed my camera. I need to head back here when the sun’s low and the light is good. Lot’s of fun and kind-of strange at the same time. This is why you always have a camera with you – you never know what you might come across!