Hello World, I'm still here. I thought it would be fitting if I used the computer programing setup of "Hello World" to write this blog since I have been off of my site for so long.
I know it has been a few weeks since I have updated my personal website but I have been keeping busy with work and in the planning stages of updating and upgrading this site to make it easier for me to stay on top of the updates.
So today on my way to the office, I had the urge to go explore and look for some new locations and new material. What I found just made me say what the heck where they thinking? I was looking for something interesting with the sun being out and it was just before sunset with that nice golden light that all photographers love to work with.
Yes I know that I have been missing on line on my personal website for month's but the webpage update that I have been talking about for what seems like year's, is finally finished.
I have finally completed the update and upgrade to the StormChasingVideo.com webpage. Now we have just under two thousand stock footage catalogs on line and no more worrying about clients dealing with FLV format issues.
When you look up the definition of what the perfect fall colors viewing weekend in Minnesota, this weekend would be it. With high temperatures today and tomorrow in the low 80s and a light wind, it is the perfect time to get out and view the fall colors around the Twin Cities on this last weekend of September.
I was told the other day that I have not updated my personal blog page or site in a couple months. Well maybe because there really has not been much happening. Yeah I had the retarded stalker that I had to file a police report on who turned out to be a youth counselor at a local christian center and church who was pissed off because we shot some news footage he didn't like. Oh wow, you don't like the news and you are a "Christian" Youth Counselor, well "Forgive Me..." Yeah, Foxtrot Delta Bravo...
ahhhh, back from a dive trip and got some much needed rest and relaxation on a working vacation in Florida. So how does a working trip equal a vacation? Simple, 100 miles out in the middle of the gulf shooting HD video of the Coral Reefs with no cell phone or internet or anyone bugging me for a few days and I get to dive, yeah, it was a tough gig... I'm still logging the video but here are a couple of still photos from the trip.
Ok, with Facebook making my updates way too easy, I keep blowing off updating my actual website. I do have the twitter feed on the left so I hope it has kept some people updated.
So, what the heck have I been up to over the last month?
For one, been really busy working on the new website for BNVN StormChasingVideo.com and getting things up to speed now that I have some help with it. It's going to be pretty slick since my vision of what the ultimate stock footage site should be is finally coming true.
Tornado watch has been issued and I'm Chasing just west of home on the first day of May and not 1000 miles away for once. Watch my live stream at http://www.livenewsvideonetwork.com/doug-kiesling-storm-chasing/