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  • Last Flight Out Photography!

    I get this question a lot..."Scotty, why Last Flight Out Photography?".

    Well, let's say you are on a trip to some exotic location like....uh....Iceland, for example. There are three flights heading home on the last day of your in the morning, one in the afternoon, and the last flight leaving just after dinner. Which one do you choose? If it were me, I would choose the Last Flight Out because I want to spend every last minute I can getting just ONE more shot....know what I mean?

    This blog/website highlights my favorite photographs from trips I make around the world. There's nothing I love more than sharing my passion for photography.

    I am a High School Photography Teacher at the Jakarta Intercultural School in Jakarta, Indonesia. If you are ever in this part of the world, give me a call, and we can go out shooting together. Thanks for visiting my site, and please come back again and again...

I didn’t have a picture for today, so thought I would just throw this one in to describe my state of mind today. We are dreaming of places to go, but limited by what else….money. Why does money always have to get in the way? We are thinking Turkey for a week…but will have to price it out.

I forced myself to go to work today to catch up on things. It is very quiet around here (school).

We did hear from Burhan (our architect) last night. He is sending us via email the proposal from one of the contractors on Saturday. We are getting close.

Golf on Friday. More later…

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Took a trip to the embassy today to mail Dad the telephoto lens. It is an all-day affair going there. Traffic was bad as usual. I mailed the lens express mail, and they said it would take four days. So let me know when you get it, Dad. That is all we did today. Mom, we did get another envelope full of mail. Thanks. We are on the way to the mall for some eats and a movie. Later.

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One of the advantages of teachers leaving is great sales. We picked up a new bed for kayla from a teacher that is leaving to work in China. She can’t stop talking about her new bed, and doesn’t allow anyone to sit on it without permission.

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My friend Tom Schulz and I played a round of golf this morning. Our wives had bought us gift certificates for a free round at Sentul, and they were due to expire later this month, so it was decided that we would use them today. Mom and Dad remember Tom well. We both had our moments on the course…good and bad.

There are some people still lurking around Jakarta, and we plan to gather the Americans later tonight to watch the US try to win their first World Cup match of 2006. The game comes on at 11:00 tonight…gonna be a late one.

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