Friday, August 31, 2007

phriday phunny photo. (22)

Here's the 22nd friday funny foto.

This dog's picture makes me laugh! lots!

Friday, August 24, 2007

phriday phunny photo. (21)

The friday funny fotos are back!

I stopped at 20 photos so here's the 21st....

Thursday, August 23, 2007

google party.

Google Campus Dance Party 2007.

Wow! No wonder every computer nerd wants to work at google. This campus is amazing. There's free food, whenever you want it, free laundry service, free workout rooms, free drinks, and they throw huge parties for fun! This work place is tight!

We had a few hundred moving lights on this one. Along with tons of LEDs fixtures and star strobes as well. There was a few DJ's inside the cafeteria and I just used the house lights for the dance party. (Yes, the house lites.) They have ETC conventional fixtures and a few Varilite 1000's moving lights. Yeah, my church doesn't even have moving lites and this place of business has them for meetings. Outside, the party was spread out though the whole campus. We placed lights everywhere. This was a fun one.

I Didn't really take any good pictures on this gig at all. Check out Ryan's blog HERE for more pictures. Or you could always GOOGLE IT! HAHAHAHA

(photos taken by WRP)

Friday, August 17, 2007

saint agnes party.

Saint Agnes Hospital had this HUGE block party. They had the whole street filled with games and food and carnival rides. My buddies from Live Light, (Mark Willhoite, Ryan Wissink,) and I did the lighting for all the tents and the main stage. I had my camera for load-in, but I forgot it for the show.

(photos taken by WRP)

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

todays thoughts.

But the question is what do we do? How do we act as salt in our world? The answer lies in the way salt is used. Salt is both a seasoning and a preservative. It seasons by adding taste and enhancing flavor. It preserves by cleansing and retarding spoilage. In both cases, the salt must be brought in contact with it's object for its power to be realized. Sitting in the shaker, it does no good. It might just as well be thrown out.

-Bob Briner
"Roaring Lambs"