I found Tim Ferriss back in 2007 when he published his book, The Four Hour Work Week. Since then he’s published several more books and become the #1 Podcaster on Itunes. Recently he featured Sam Harris an American philosopher, author, and podcast host. And it’s Sam’s contribution to the podcast that got me thinking about the title to this blog. As the final letter in the Greek alphabet, omega is often used to denote the last, the end, or the ultimate limit of a set, in contrast to alpha. Check it out here, about 8 minutes into the podcast.
The Last Time
Everything in life has a last time. The ultimate last will be your last breath. But let’s back it up. For example, you might have a new baby. Night time feedings and lack of sleep can be stressful, but seeing it in the context of “there is coming a last time that the baby will wake you up in the middle of the night” puts the experience in a different light.
What Lasts or Omegas Can You Think Of?
Here’s a couple of starters. Leave your lasts in the comment box below.
- Last time changing your child’s poopy diaper.
- Last dance.
- Last day on the job.
- Your turn…..
Updated Head Shot Gallery
Head Shot Portraits
I became serious about taking good portraits and making a profitable business in January 2019. Then the pandemic came a year later. Like everyone else, it messed me up. But, I’ve managed to do a fair amount of work (that matters) that I’m proud to share a portion with you here. Or click on my mug shot (left) to see my recently updated head shot gallery.
Overheard in a brewery somewhere…
I shot this photo at the Spirit Air Show in St. Louis June 11, 2022.
Final Thoughts (at least for this blog).
I hope this is not my last blog, but if it is, I’m leaving a lot of good pictures behind and I’ll continue to live on the walls, in the albums and in dusty boxes in some basement until my work is discovered 50 years later by someone’s descendant. That will be my legacy.
Ps. Legacy is what you leave behind. Why not leave behind some decent portraits to be remembered by. Don’t depend on those pics in your phone. Your photos will be gone when the battery dies. If you haven’t already, take a look at my portrait gallery. All my jobs begin with a conversation. Reach out when you are ready to talk. Here’s my info.