Thursday, February 25, 2010


Hey everyone, this is a picture of two parrots that I took some pictures of in Hawaii. I am not a big fan of taking pictures of animals in zoos or cages, but I really liked these two parrots and decided to take a couple pictures of them. Don't forget to stop in every Tuesday and Thursday for a new post.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

The sky

Hey everyone, as you know I don't post pictures of they sky, in fact this is my first picture of the sky. I kind of-sort of did some fancy things with this picture to make it look cool. I don't know if I did this right or not so I need your guys apinion on it.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Happy B-day Dad!

As some of you might know today is my dad's birthday. I thought that this would be a kind of neat way to say happy birthday. "Brad's Drink" was the slogan for Pepsi when it first came out in the 1890's. I thought since he was drinking a Pepsi I should put a fun little fact in here with it.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Hey everyone this is an elk that I saw last weekend up in Benezette. He was in a herd of about 80 elk. Feel free to comment!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

ABC Brewery

Hey everyone this is the sign outside of the ABC Brewery in Harrisburg, PA. Fell free to comment!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010


Hey everybody this is a picture of two horses down in Assateague. This my favorite of all of the horse pictures I took. Feel free to comment!

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Another O.C.C. Chopper

Hey every one this is another shot of the p.o.w. m.i.a. bike. I thought that the picture was pretty neat. Feel free to comment!

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

28th Infantry Division

This is one of the soldiers from the 28th ID. The 28th ID was a PA National Guard Unit that was federalized in February of 1941 for one year. From Feb to April they were trained in Fort Indiantown Gap and in April they were sent to Camp Livingston, North Carolina for different training purposes. He is portraying a soldier from the 112th Infantry Regiment of the 28th ID in Feb. of 1941.