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Welcome to the Elusive Truth, today's podcast is full of Joe Bidden clips that show just how crazy our clown world is. Larry is motor cycling and gathering the latest intel from the galactic federation. So please sit back and relax as we climb into the rabbit hole. Thanks!Door Richard & Larry
 
Fred and Jim will be heading out shortly to conduct workshops in North and South Dakota and decided to share some of their travel tips with their viewers. Jim does a lot of foreign travel and hopefully once Covid restrictions are lifted, both guys will be traveling more and we hope you will too! So, check their tips out and be sure to share some of…
 
One way to embellish your macro photos of plants, flowers and cobwebs are by adding a few water drops like morning dew. It is easy to "dew" (do?!) - just carry a little spray bottle with a mix of glycerin and water with you. Both are inexpensive and then you will always have a little dew or rain drops in your pocket to enhance your plant photograph…
 
Boyd Hill Nature Preserve is located at the southern end of St. Petersburg bordering Lake Maggiore. This is a great city park to view and photograph alligators, turtles, hawks, eagles, owls, and more. It is also great for migratory birds in the fall and spring. The preserve is 245 acres and contains 6 miles of hiking trails. There is also a raptor …
 
In The Fotobug continuing series on places to photograph in Florida, don't overlook Fort DeSoto in St. Petersburg. Fort DeSoto is a Pinellas County park and is named after the Fort that was built there in the late 1800s to protect Tampa Bay but was never involved in any battles. However, it is one of the best birding spots in Florida, especially in…
 
Fred and Jim welcome photographer Zoe Gregory to the podcast! Zoe is a Washington D.C. based photographer who has tapped in to her entrepreneurial spirit in order to earn money from her photography and shares her story with us. She recently took up photography seriously and we hope her story will motivate and encourage others with a desire to make …
 
Two episodes back Jim and Fred tested out the Pluto camera trigger with the drip attachment. In this episode the guys test out the sound and laser triggers and get really wet doing so! First up is capturing water jumping out of wine glasses (plastic in this case!) and an apple Splashing into a glass salad bowl (real glass!). Also, the latest news o…
 
A few weeks ago, Jim and Fred visited Cape Coral to photograph the burrowing owls that are very prevalent there. However, they were a little early for the young hatchlings so they returned again, but this time the hatchlings were more like teenagers, but there were a lot of them! They did get to photograph a rare owl, however, with a regressive gen…
 
Another way to work on your photography skills and have some fun at the same time is to capture water drops. Jim and Fred use the Pluto system, although the MIOPS system is also a good option. Regardless of the system used, we recommend adding a Guar gum on Xantham gum solution to the drip container and experiment with colored gels, milk, and food …
 
Fred and Jim continue their travel for photo opportunities around the state of Florida. A little known spot to photograph a rookery is Gatorland in Kissimmee. In addition to the rookery for photographers, there is also plenty to do for non-photographers in your group! Be sure to go in the spring and if willing, photographers can also pay to get in …
 
Hello and welcome to the show. We are back after a short break . Larry is feeling much better now and during his recoupment he sent me a crazy news video. So today we talk about Hillary Clinton. All I can say is WoW! Have a seat , relax , and follow us down the rabbit hole. Thank You!!Door Richard & Larry
 
Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive is a little known, but great place to photograph birds and alligators! The drive is 11 miles along Lake Apopka, the fourth largest lake in Florida, and is located near Disney World. It is one of the major stop overs for migratory birds in the spring and fall. There is no fee and the drive is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday …
 
In episode 7, Dr. Korie interviews Pastor Bryan Loritts on his experience leading a multiracial church as a person of color. Along with insight from Pastor Rich, they discuss the need for a strength to love in the midst of the struggle for justice. Show Notes: Episode 6 Recap (2:43) Leading a Multiracial Church as a Pastor of Color (6:01) Woke Whit…
 
Jim and Fred are happy to welcome back Mathew Cicanese. Mathew was on a few years back when he conducted workshops at the Tampa Bay Photo Shootout. Since then, he has worked for National Geographic and has become an accomplished photographer. We highly recommend you watch this podcast as Mathew has a lot of interesting projects he is working on and…
 
This bonus episode is the full-length interview from Dr. Korie Little Edwards and Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley. The Black Church has a historical and relevant perspective on matters of justice. Shaped from the crucible of racial segregation, what does the Black Church have to say about injustice?Door Urban Arts Digital
 
Jim and Fred are delighted to have Mike Matthews back as our guest. Mike currently lives in Kentucky and specializes in bird and macro photography. Mike organizes workshops around the country featuring frogs, lizards, spiders and other small creatures in natural settings for closeup and macro photography. For more information on Mike's upcoming wor…
 
In episode 6, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich engage updated research from guest, Dr. Michael Emerson, author of the culture-shifting book Divided By Faith. Current data suggests that the racial divide has gotten worse, not better, in the last 20 years. What shall we call this divide? Show Notes: Episode 5 Recap (:52) What’s going on with our white sibli…
 
Jim and Fred grab their cameras and head to south Florida to the Everglades! The Everglades cover the entire southern part of the state and the parks can be considered the eastern and the western parks. The Fotobug guys hit both sides and share what they find in this podcast! Everything from alligators and crocodiles to rare tree snails! In additio…
 
Recognizing that words have the power to create thoughts and form habits, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich discuss the ongoing debate about the word “reconciliation”. Is it still useful in this work of justice and multiracial community? Listen with open ears to their guest, Rev. Curtiss Paul DeYoung, an author and community activist with a long history on…
 
Jim and Fred and preparing to head down to the Everglades so we decided to pull a video from The Fotobug vault from 4 years back. The items and information in this video are still valid! Please share with us your favorite photo tips, techniques or gadgets that you can't live without! Listen to the podcast for the latest photographic news! Please go…
 
In episode 4, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich discuss the meaning and relevance of the Black Church in the beloved community. They welcome the voice of Rev. Dr. David Emmanuel Goatley, the director of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School. The main question is this, “What do we have to learn from the Black Church in this conversation?” Episode 3 R…
 
Although Spring is right around the corner, bad weather is still interfering with a good portion of the country . So, you want to get some shutter time anyway? Jim and Fred show a couple more ways you can still use your camera while stuck indoors with simple inexpensive items. Oil and water and smoke from an incense stick can make some amazing abst…
 
Welcome and thank you for joining us as we chat about a lot of nothing. This is going to be a Sunday like no other when Donald Trump speaks at CPAC. To think for your self these days is in short demand. So please sit back and relax as we crawl down the rabbit hole.Door Richard & Larry
 
In episode 3, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich discuss the root of white supremacy and welcome the guest voice of Rev. Ines Valesques McBryde. The stories we tell shape our identity. What story should we tell about white supremacy and its effect on all people? Show Notes:Episode 2 Recap (0:53)What’s White Supremacy? (2:53)The Origin of Supremacy (10:30)Th…
 
In our continuing series of places for nature photography in Florida, Jim and Fred go to Honeymoon Island State Park. Honeymoon Island is located of the coast of Dunedin, Florida on the west coast of Florida in the Tampa Bay area. The park has nesting eagles and great horned owls in addition to armadillos, gopher tortoises, ospreys, and even an occ…
 
Welcome back to The Elusive Truth. I hope everyone is doing well and I hope you can find the Truth in your life. Thank you for joining us and I want to invite you to sit back and relax as we fall down the rabbit hole. This Podcast is Dedicated to my dearest friend, Scott Crum Bell R.I.P.Door Richard & Larry
 
What comes first, diversity or justice? In episode 2, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich answer this question by looking at the social impact of the Civil Rights movement. Jemar Tisby also shares a brief history of the impact of white supremacy on the church. We’ve come a long way, but there is still a long way to go. Show Notes:Episode 1 Recap (0:23)What c…
 
Fred and Jim are delighted to have back Rick Sammon! Nearly a year ago, Rick started a Facebook group, Photo Therapy - we highly recommend you join. We talk to Rick about the importance of staying motivated and trying new things, even in the trying times we are in right now. Rick also shares information about his latest books and we even discuss mu…
 
In this episode, Dr. Korie and Pastor Rich discuss the real dream of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the two obstacles getting in the way of truly living this out in America. Diversity has become the goal of secular and religious institutions, but is that the way to achieving the dream? Recapture your imagination for the beloved community of D…
 
2021 is finally here, the vaccine is coming (eventually!) and Fred and Jim decided to take to the road for a socially distance shutter fest. So, they headed on down to Cape Coral, Florida to photograph the little burrowing owls. Cape Coral has one of the densest populations of burrowing owls in the country. Although January is not an ideal time to …
 
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