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Pariah Paths

©RabbidPaths 5.10.2014

Pathway through the alligator infested swamplands of Corvallis. Festering with rabid snakes and intolerant redwing blackbirds. Malaria mosquitoes collaborate where joggers dare. I survived, hence this valorous caption.   


365 Days Of Great Pics Photography, #315

Warm evening downtown. With fall closing in, I’m enjoying the last of our summer days. Less than ten days away. Even though this is my favorite time of the year, I’m going to miss the long evenings. Fall travels too fast. It’s like the shortest season in history for me. I’m just going to focus on road trips with dad, and weekend randomness with Mel.

Late summer and early fall, it’s also one of the best times for portraits. Take for instance these two love birds. They made Photo 315. Ashley and Earl’s engagement photos. Check out their gallery HERE. If it loads painfully slow…well, I’m going to apologize ahead of time. If they don’t look super sharp, it’s due to a smaller file size with the added watermark. The original file sizes, they are amazing. So, just excuse any blurriness or pixilation.  

Here is number 315…

And remember to check their gallery here… A&E’s Engagement Photos.

365 Days Of Great Pics Photography, #314

It may be late…but it’s still up! 

Here is number 314…

And it’s engagement season with Earl and Ashley. Two love birds. A couple that made my job a real breeze. Melissa and I chased them around, while they kept flying with a certain kind of grace supported by two open hearts insane for one another. That’s how the whole day was spent. Nothing but bliss throughout the entire day, right down to the barbecue chicken pizza later this evening. 


I really enjoyed today. I’m extremely grateful for those around me.  

365 Days Of Great Pics Photography, #240

Here is number 240… 

Mardi Gras Alley Way.

Melissa would get it. Lisa started it. I’m not even going to delve into the details. Best place for a photo shoot. This town rocks my socks.

Crow Bar

Brownsville, Oregon. And the Living Rock Studio.

Then into Corvallis. And a double stacked burger at Block 15.

A thin trail of shade gave the crows away. Panting with beaks wide. We were frying as well. Where shaded sidewalks frowned upon bright rays, chasing them away, that’s where we found relief .

Over 90 degrees in the valley today. A big shocker. Summer showed its naked self, and naked skin could equally testify.

And then there were photos.



Jasper Hounds.








Translucent Lamps.


Nancy, the rock expert.


Teaching. Educating.

Pro Grade.

Crow Bar.