The world, as I see it ...

Moline Riverfront Floor

Quite the flood on the Mississippi River along the Moline Riverfront. Click the image for more drone photos. I also included a couple from the 1993 flood. At that time Rand Tapscott and I chartered a plane for him to get some good aerial shots of what was then the Deere & Company Technical Center.

Las Vegas


Lock And Dam 14 Birds


QC Storm KISS Night

It was KISS night for the Quad City Storm. Gwen Tombergs and her team put together quite an event for the Hockey Game the night before KISS is to play at the Taxslayer Center in Moline. I offered to do a fan panorama. Needless to say it all didn't go off without a hitch. When it came time for my 90 seconds on the ice, the focus on my camera drifted off :-(. Fortunately Gwen and her staff arranged a retake in the second period to save the day. Thanks gang.

Here's the final product.

Check it out.

Zoom in to see the fans with their KISS masks.

BHAEC Celebrity Basketball


HAVLife Martini Shake Off


The HAVLife Martini Shake Off was held at the Davenport River Center and from all accounts it was a resounding success. Check out some photos here.

BGCMV Annual Gala


The Boys & Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley Annual Gala at the Waterfrontt Convention Center in Bettendorf, IA.

Morgan Wallen at Boondocks


Morgan Wallen with HARDY, and Lacy Cavalier at Boondocks Pub in Springfield, IL.

Randy Bachman at City Winery

Randy Bachman of Guess Who

Leonid & Friends at 210 Live


I've been waiting for some time to see this band of incredibly talented musicians. I was not disappointed! They were FANTASTIC! May I present Leonid & Friends.

Leonid & Friends are a group from Russia that do Chicago covers. They have a great story and I'll be so bold to say they really are better that the original. They made it to the USA and I was lucky enough to see them at 210 Live in Chicago (Highwood, IL).

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