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Montana Special Olympics: Torch Run

I’ve been able to tag along for a bit of the torch run for Montana Special Olympics. Yesterday was the final leg of the run; here are a few quick snaps from the run. The weather was downright nasty for a bit. A few of us actually took shelter in the chopper for a bit (on the ground unfortunately). Nobody was even phased though and they charged ahead. Bozeman provided a big police motorcade escort and a Homeland Security Blackhawk helicopter doing flyovers. It’s been really great to experience this and see the real passion these people have for what they are doing. Good luck to all the athletes!

UPDATE 01.25.11: The Montana Police Protective Association featured a few of these images in a quick ad here.  Pay attention, they go by fast! ;-)


Here’s a somewhat random post for you.  That timelapse from a few days ago has found its way into this little project, which is an exploration into the meaning and role of imagination (and fulfills a quirky requirement for a class I have).  I’d love to hear what you think.  The idea is that it makes you imagine stuff.  :-)  I want you to feel something.  Let me know what that something is by posting a comment below.  Thanks.

Inspiration (Artistic & Otherwise…)

I found this truly inspiring video by Zack Arias over on Scott Kelby’s Blog.  It’s geared towards photographers, but it’s also just a stellar exploration into human nature and the value of this short life we have.  Check it out.  You won’t regret it.