It's easier to go a week without pizza than it is to get a photograph of one of our Epoch cartridges. The light needs to be just right to show the contrast between the weed and the engraving. You do what you have to do though, and after two days I got something I could live with. Back to pizza.
Though the weather might have been all over the place and we may or may not have lost our house on the outskirts of Copenhagen at 3am (long story), it was nice to have a trip just be a trip without the work prefix. Food was the deciding factor for most of the daily plans, and I'd go back to Copenhagen 5 minutes ago if I could.
Sweden, France, and Denmark are below in no particular order.
Any photos of me are by Mitch Phun and Kyra Johnson.
I was just emailed a heads-up that I was included in this Chicago Tribune story on Fuji cameras and photography. I've been using a Fuji X-T1/X-T2 for the past few years for everything. While seeing some friends 50 megapixel photos blown up makes me a little envious, I've been addicted to to the nimbleness and color reproduction of my X-T2.
In part of Grado working with General Mills on a project, they were nice enough to fly me out to visit their hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. I've never been and expected a ton of snow with -5 degree weather. I went on a good week though and the temperature was a scorching 20 degrees. I probably took too many photos of the Hewing Hotel lobby (where I stayed), the food and cocktail bars were pretty great, and it was a great experience to visit Faribault Wool, a company with a heritage similar to ours.