I’m preparing to launch an Indiegogo/Generosity project. See the details here.
Just did a Google Inside View for the Purple Star Winery tasting room in Benton City, WA. Great folks and excellent wine. A little off the beaten path, but well worth it, especially if you’re interested in seeing what a working winery really looks like. Left click and drag to move around the room and click on any of the arrows to move to the next spot. Come on in and look around! They also have a couple of other labels, Native Sun Wines and Muret-Gaston Wines.
I recently completed this 360 view for Travis Morrow down at 3 Rivers Financial Group I love their motto “We go to work, so you can retire” Sounds like a plan to me!
These guys went for the gusto! Not only did they do a Google “See Inside” for their new Subaru dealership, they also had one done for their recently remodeled Chevrolet/Cadillac dealership.
I recently did this Google “See Inside” view for the new McCurley Subaru dealership in Pasco, WA. This is an incredible facility and even has a fenced dog park on the side of the building.
I know it must seem like all I do is take panoramas for Google, but that’s far from the reality. I do lots of different types of photography. This last weekend and the next two will be devoted to horse racing. This is my tenth season as the track photographer at Sundowns in Kennewick. By the time this season ends, I will have shot over 800 horse races. It’s shots like these that make it worth it.
In the first shot, the #7 horse was coming on strong. It was a photo finish, but the #7 horse couldn’t close the gap and finished second. In the last shot, it’s so close that it looks like two riders on one horse. Another photo finish with the #10 horse winning. Tech data: These are all shot in RAW at 800 ISO in shutter priority @1/1000 sec., handheld with a Canon 5D.
I’m a big fan of Wine and More, a great little boutique/bistro in the Southridge neighborhood of Kennewick run by the lovely and talented Anita Kenfield. You’ll find an incredible assortment of wine and related gifts. In the back is the wine bar and bistro. I am especially fond of their signature Artichoke and Spinach dip, and have consumed more than my fair share of the Steak Planks as well.
Chef Jason LeBarge has done a masterful job of bringing a little taste of France to the Tri-Cities. Lepice Spice Kitchen will transport you to a more elegant time and space, where fine dining is a pleasure to be savored. Also serving brunch on the weekends…
Happy to add Fat Olives in Richland to the growing number of businesses seeing the value in Google Street View | Trusted . I love this place, great food and an excellent local wine list. And yes, they do catering, too. Thanks, JD Nolan…