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The Perfect Party inspired Man Cave
My father spent countless hours building his perfect Man Cave in the basement of his home. The basement has a Pool Room that gives homage to Dale Earnhardt with a complete collection of his cars from his entire career. A full bar complete with keg refrigerator and an extensive tap handle collection is next to the Jukebox and disco ball. Finally, my Dad built a custom Outhouse in the corner of the room that includes a uranal, satellite television, and a basin sink.
He has been asking to me to take some nice photos of his creation for a while now and I found some time over Thanksgiving to give him exactly what he wanted. I shot these images using a Cambo Wide RS, Rodenstock HR Digaron-W 32 mm f/4 lens, and a Phase One IQ160. All images were shot using natural light and processed using Capture One.
Fun times driving around Atlanta today looking for cool stuff to photograph. Jayne and I drove for a while before the light really started getting nice. Once the shadows started looked cool, the we the fun began. These images were taken at an old warehouse on Krog Street near Cabbagetown in Atlanta. Enjoy.
Here is my final post from Germany! We were in Dusseldorf for a few hours before heading to the hotel for a very short amount of sleep before our long journey home. We had a wonderful time overall and I can’t wait for my next adventure abroad! Thanks for looking!
This post is a long time coming! Sorry for the delay guys, last month was a crazy month! This photos are from our 7th day in Germany when we finally made it to Photokina. What an insane tradeshow that was! It was huge. We spent an entire day there and barely saw any of it. Enjoy!
Seeing Rothenburg during the day is even more spectacular than the creepy and surreal time we had last night walking along the wall to find a gas station. Anyways, today we spent some time walking around the entire wall of the city. I have always been fascinated by medieval castle defenses and this was a perfect place to learn more first hand. After the 2 kilometer walk around the wall, we jumped back in the car heading towards Cologne via the Rhine River valley. After our wonderful time in Rothenburg, this capped it all off. There were over 15 castles along this drive and it was surreal to see them all first hand. I felt like I was back in 7th grade history class learning about the feudal system. Near the end of this string of castles, we took a short side trip to Burg Eltz (the most well preserved of the Medieval Castles which happens to still be inhabited by the Eltz’s). The most memorable part of Burg Eltz was Rachel worrying as we drove straight up to the front gate of the castle after the place was closed. It was very funny! Even better though, was TomTom trying to force us to drive through five different fields on our way to the Mosel River valley for the last leg of our trip to Cologne.
After a night in a strange Inn in Garmish, we planned to summit Zugspitze (the tallest mountain in Germany), but its was -10 degrees celsius and snowing at the top. We made other plans instead to go to Partnachklamm (meaning Partnach Gorge). This was one of the highlights of the trip so far. It was a truly amazing gorge and the engineering that went into making that trail incredible. After we finished that short hike through the gorge we headed south into Austria for a summer luge. Basically, a summer luge is a way for ski slopes to make money in the warmer months. You get on a skateboard and fly down and concrete bobsled like course. It was exhilarating! After the summer luge we say the castle that inspired Cinderella’s castle in the Disney film. Afterwards we headed up to Rothenburg ob der Tauber (a 1000 year old, perfectly preserved, Medieval walled city) for a walk back in time.
A friend of mine is trying to sell his high rise condo in Buckhead so he enlisted my help to get some nice photos to help the selling process along with the horrible real estate market. Since he has some beautiful views from his Condo, I wanted to show just how beautiful the place could be at sunset. I think they came out quite well. Now lets hope he can sell his place sometime soon!