4 thoughts on “The Stairs You’ll Never See

    1. Jeff Fenske

      Rich,

      It’s lit with really cool blue lights. I took photos of the bunks too, but I’m not at this time planning on posting them.

      This rarely happens for me, but I got this really great blue color on both of my calibrated monitors, and when I save it to JPEG the color shifted, and it took me about an hour to get it closer to how cool it really is.

      I know the web uses a smaller color space, but I think something else may be going on.

      Apparently, this plane’s cabin is configured with what is the state of the art at this time. The seats in business class can lay totally flat. Some of them aren’t long enough for me though.

      jeff

  1. Rich

    Thanks again for showing these types of photos…. The general population never get to see things like this.

    On a side note…. have you fired up your printer? When is the “BIG DAY?” You told me once and I don’t remember.

    1. Jeff Fenske

      Rich,

      Thanks for asking and caring!

      I’ll be displaying my prints in Jitter’s Coffee House in Eagle River during all of March.

      I don’t have my printer set up yet, but will soon. I’m nearing crunch-time.

      I did pick up 5 cans of the only Wilhelm-tested and certified-for-longevity print protective spray, which had to be special ordered through Alaska Printer’s Supply, here in Anchorage. Homeland Security gives mail order companies too hard of a time to ship flammables by air. So I’m ready to go in this regard.

      I figured out a way in which the prints can be either hung vertically or suspended from the ceiling, to be viewed from below. There will be no glass, and it will be lightweight. But I’ll be selling unmounted prints too, so people can mount them however they want.

      My strategy has been to finish the container in My Dream of ‘ONE’ Happening at Abbott Loop CC!, so then I can more fully focus on photography. I’m almost done in closing up the container, doing my part so revival can finally come in full force.

      I’ve put up far more posts at ONEcanhappen than I ever have in one month, and it’s not over yet. I don’t want to say too much, but the potential for this to happen really soon is really good. And this is by far the most important thing in my life. When real Christianity happens everything will be in wonderful, slow motion, living color. The police may not even have much to do:

      The Welsh Revival of 1904-05 by J. Edwin Orr: A Countrywide Asbury-like REVIVAL! The 4 Points: #1 Confess any known sin, and put any wrong done to man right again. #2 Put away any doubtful habit. #3 Obey the Spirit promptly. #4 Confess your faith publicly.

      I know this has always sounded like a long shot, but I’ve been dead serious about this for about 25 years.

      When I crank out my first finished fine-art print I’ll try to remember to photograph the event and post it. Should be soon.

      I still have two articles to write, and then I’m hoping to dive in to sola photography.

      ONE can happen!

      May we be free!

      Check out Rhydian. His Pandora channel is good. I’ve listened for a number of hours, but it only has tunes from his second album along with mostly only Christian tunes — which I like — but it’s not totally representative of his work. It’s also a pretty small playlist that repeats.

      This is where you can see him really shine: All of My Rhydian Roberts posts

      Hey, I don’t think I mentioned that I got both the 17 and 24mm TSE lenses from Canon while they were discounted and before the prices rise. I’m planning on doing some serious, very close foreground-with-distant-mountains scenes this year. The more pixels they pack in sensors the harder it is to stop down lenses and maintain sharpness without using tilt/shift lenses.

      God bless!!!

      jeff : )

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