Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Photos from the field

Through my adventures photos are taken that never seem to make it into specific fish posts. So much of my fishing goes unseen or heard. Even though these pictures may not be ready for prime time fishing posts, I have found a way to fit them in an excerpt called “Photos from the field.”

Ready for takeoff

(Above: As a child I called these insects “helicopter bugs” because that is what they looked like to me. My guess is they named this bug way before helicopters were invented.)

Trail Conceded

(Above: What can you do about a bunch of hoofed trespassers guarding the shortcut? A Mattsabasser might take way too many unnecessary chances a lot of the time but in this case I chose to concede the trail. Pick your battles.)

Rally for the cure?

(Above: Few things make the world an ugly place such as breast cancer. Humans rally around this important cause on many levels. At least that is where I think these folks are going with this.)

What’s up, ketchup?

(Above: Some of the places that I go to lunch can be entertaining to say the least. A new place opened up near my work and for some reason a lot of my fellow associates like to go here. Great atmosphere and some crazy ketchup.)

The ol Red Lobster

(Above: Well they tore down the ol Red Lobster by my work and put up one of these trendy eat, drink and view places. I have wanted to do a Howard Cofisher interview for some time now. Maybe this would be the place to make that happen. The food isn’t half bad either.)

Let me take a moment to apologize for this PFTF post starting out really good and then taking a downhill slide towards the end. That is kind of how the last few weeks have gone for me. And maybe a little eye candy will kick some of the dust off of my hit counter.

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Good luck and good fishing.


TexWisGirl said...

well, i enjoyed the mountain goats/sheep. :)

John said...

I always enjoy PFTF

Mark Kautz/Shoreman said...

Always good to get those Twin Peaks pictures out there for viewing. OK, the other ones are good too.


Howard Levett said...

Great shots Matt...I don't care what anyone else says. Say is that Twin Peaks in Broomfield? I have a new one near my house...guess where I'm going to dinner tomorrow.