Have I mentioned that I love wide-angle lenses? I was on the Hitch Ranch in Oklahoma nine years ago, and cool photo scenes were unfolding everywhere. Here, Buster Holland eases up to a young bronc while Todd Adams holds it steady. The crew rode several green colts in the bronc pen that morning while I lay on the ground and pointed my lens underneath the gate. The article on the Hitch Ranch ran in the April 2008 issue.
The Conklin Nighthawk fountain pen swooped onto the pen scene with a carbon fiber barrel and black accents. A Goulet exclusive, this has been an insanely popular pen in 2016, which is one of the reasons it made our top 10 list. Click here to see more. Pin for later!
This was for the cover of the NY Times Book Review today! There is white text in the bottom part on the print edition, but the online edition is here: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/18/books/review/the-grief-of-others-by-leah-hager-cohen-book-review.html?_r=1&ref=books The book being reviewed, “The Grief of Others” by Leah Hager Cohen, has a scene in it where a little girl holds a mock funeral in a river using ashes and chicken bones. She falls in and almost drowns right after that.
To get started, print our carving templates; cut, as indicated, to create stencils for the tree-framed opening and moon at the back. With a felt-tip pen, trace the designs onto your Funkin, then carve. Spray-paint Place a green Styrofoam disk inside the faux pumpkin as a base. Using our photo as a gui