This image of planting a dead seed
and raising a live plant is a mere sketch at best,
but perhaps it will help in approaching the mystery of the resurrection body—
but only if you keep in mind that when we’re raised, we’re raised for good, alive forever!
Randy first began his love of photography back in his high school days in a elective photography class during his Junior year. The next year he was selected as one of a few photographers to be on the school newspaper and yearbook staff. Randy is now a part-time photographer specializing in landscape, architecture and aerial imaging. (See more of his story in the blue block below.)
Randy is an incurable entrepreneur who currently owns two businesses within the fabricated steel construction industry. In 1988 he founded Steel-Link.com which is an online community for the steel industry and is still very popular today.
Randy also volunteers his time to give back to his community. He was elected to the Denison ISD Board of Trustees in 2008 where he still serves as Board President. He actively advocates for children and public education. Prior to being on the school board, Randy served as an elder for six years at Sherman Bible Church and led several short-term mission trips into Mexico. Randy and his wife Kathy have been married since 1986 and have two daughters who have both graduated from Denison High School.
I picked up a camera for the first time back in high school in the mid-seventies. Of course back then the was no such thing as digital photography…it was all film. And all film and print processing was done by hand in a dark room strangely called…a darkroom. I remember a college instructor telling us that we were doing well to get one good image out of a 36 exposure roll of film. “Shoot as much as you can afford” he stated. Back then film costs along with all the photo chemicals were expensive especially to a starving college student, so I rarely got any great images. I just tried to make the first shot count and moved on to other assignments. With the advancement of digital photography “shoot as much as you can afford” still applies.
Now I am able to shoot hundreds of images in a short amount of time and if I’m lucky I get a good shot every once in awhile. Some of my favorite images appear on this site.
Digital memory cards are cheap and reusable, so what are you waiting for? Start shooting…
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