Top 9 of 2020

It’s been an interesting 2020. We all had to turn a lot of lemons into lemonade for sure. I’m hopeful for a brighter 2021. Here is a collection of my personal favorite Top 9 photos from this year.


Spring Cleaning – Spring FPV Montage

Lots of hurting going on the the world these days. Good time for us all to do some spring cleaning inside so we can shine bright to light the way for love, forgiveness, and healing for all ❤️🐼❤️. This Spring Montage is my art and light to share with all to enjoy.


Spring Love Story

I love and miss my wife! With both of our jobs, working as first responders of one type or another with the Covid-19 crisis, our schedules changed so we don’t have a single day off together anymore. This month will mark almost 25 years of friendship. Times like this really make you dig deep inside, but it is the love you share with a special someone that makes it all worth something! Take care everyone 🐼✌️🤙


“State Theater” – Photo Shoot

The State Theater is a historic theater built in 1946 with a modern Art Deco design located in the city of Wayne, Michigan. One of the reasons I love the Detroit area is there are many hidden gems that since I was a child have been slowly renovated over the years. The State Theater is now owned by Phoenix Theaters. If you are in the Detroit area it is about a fifteen minute drive from the metropolitan airport. I highly recommend it as you feel the history and enjoy a cinematic experience that is not easy to find these days.

I did a few different edits and these were my favorites.

Which one do you like the most if any?

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Have a good week PandaPals 🐼🙂🐼


Creepy Cryptic Cemetery – Video/Photo Of The Day

Video and photo shoot from a local cemetery.

As a child, my brother and I were fascinated by this graveyard. It was built in the 1800s and is a Catholic Jesuit Cemetery. A few of the graves carry the remains of Civil War soldiers. The crypt is located on a hill and houses a famous Jesuit priest buried beneath the floor.

I was fascinated when I flew over the crypt and saw the unusual letters "AMDG".

One of my smart historical colleagues let me know that the markings represented a famous Latin Jesuit Saying:
Ad Majored Dei Gloria: "For the Greater Glory of God"

May everyone rest in piece 🐼