Monday, March 2, 2015

One of my favorites

Love this one,  even looks better in a print!

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Love this one from New Years 2015

A great image. One of my favorites.

Pioneering Arizona's transformation, reinvention and introducing Kingazjay-Pixx

I've been dormant for awhile. A long while. I've always wanted to make this blog more than its been,  but haven't been able to come up with anything interesting. My daughter and I (I affectionately call her Franken-Daughter on Social media) have a shared hobby of photography. For Christmas I bought her a nice starter DSLR camera (One better than mine for crying out loud) we like to take hiking trips in and around our hometown in Northern Arizona. When we're out and about we try to grab the cameras, or at least take an interesting cell phone pic or two. Who doesn't like a good picture? So for now I'm going to turn this blog into a photo journal. I really like macro-photography so be prepared for some great up close and interesting images in the future. For some great on the spot pictures you can checkout my Instagram account (there is a link to the right) I will also posts links to them on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. I can be found by the username Kingazjay on all social media. In the future I want to offer my really good images for sale matted and framed, so if you see anything you like drop me a line (you can also Email me at Kingazjay@ Gmail, Live, or Yahoo, whichever you prefer. For now my new venture will be called Kingazjay-Pixx not sure on the name, so I'm going to put it to a vote....
My ugly mug...

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Such a great day to enjoy the new year.

Still enjoying the snow at the ranch, great way to kick off 2015

Great afternoon to sit by the fire and read a good book,

I don't know how long the snow will hang around, so I'm going to enjoy it as much as I can.

Friday, January 2, 2015

First storm of 2015

On New Years eve 2014, our area was hit by a large snow storm, and low temperatures. It started snowing around 11 pm on the 31st, and didn't stop until midnight the next day. The town of Kingman saw a good 6-8 inches of snow, and the higher elevations way over a foot. ADOT had to close several major roads and the interstate due to the snow and later on ice. We knew the storm was going to be big so we spent the evening in town, unfortunately we wouldn't be able to make it back out to the ranch for two more days, and then only using a borrowed 4 wheel drive to make the trip! Here are some of the first pictures taken by Franken-daughter.