I covered Spokane Summer Parkways at Corbin Park for the Inlander on Friday. It is an event where entire streets are blocked off to motorized vehicle traffic. People bike and walk around the neighborhood surrounding the park, socializing, eating and listening to music. To see more photos, go to http://www.inlander.com/Bloglander/archives/2014/07/19/photos-summer-parkways-at-corbin-park
A couple of wildfires in central Washington sent smoke in our direction today. I shot the sunset between a couple of trees in my neighborhood.
I photographed the Northwest Renaissance Festival for the Inlander yesterday. It was a whole lot of fun. There were jousts, sword fights, dancing, music, comedy and artisan vendors. I actually want to learn how to joust. That looks like a whole lot of fun. To see more photos, go to http://www.inlander.com/Bloglander/archives/2014/07/13/photos-northwest-renaissance-festival.
I spent some time the last week and half at Yield Farms to document how marijuana is grown. It is a small grow operation, run by a husband and wife. The photos are in this week’s The Inlander. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/at-yield-farms/Content?oid=2323776
Today, I was out covering Spokane Green Leaf, the first legal recreational marijuana retailer to open their doors in Spokane, for the Inlander. A couple of hundred people waited in a line that wrapped around the building housing the store.
I photographed music festival Volume, for The Inlander, last month. Of all the shows, this one presented many interesting challenges that allowed me to take some fun photos. The venue, Mootsy’s was packed. There was almost no place to walk around. There were people jumping and bouncing into each other. This is what some people might consider a confusing environment to photograph. But, I had a lot of fun and ended up with some of my most interesting photos that night.