I have been trying to shoot a little more lately to keep up my work and enjoy the daily present of getting to go out and make some pictures. Today I got to go to our small local airport with a group of blind students from the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind and watch as they experienced the planes through their hands and ears. Last week I visited Expedition One where the welders showed me the kind of custom work they do for cars. Before that I got to visit during ash wednesday with elementary students in Ogden. Hope you enjoy these images.

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Patrick Rasmussen, 26, flight instructor, leads the group of students from Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind the at the Ogden airport Tuesday March 24, 2015. Keanu Clark, 3, follows closely behind him in his excitement to experience the plane and climb inside. 

 

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Keanu Clark, 3, climbs up into the plane at the Ogden airport Tuesday March 24, 2015. Each student got to sit in the plane, try the controls and experience what it was like inside.

 

 

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Alessa Pursel, 3, feels a propeller of a plane at the Ogden airport Tuesday March 24, 2015. The students were visiting from Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind to see the planes by feeling and experiencing them.

 

 

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Hannah Mecham, fabricator, welds and grinds a FJ Cruiser bumper at Expedition One in the Business Depot in Ogden March 18, 2015.

 

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Kevin Larsen, fabricator, works at Expedition One in the Business Depot in Ogden March 18, 2015.

 

 

 

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Koi Davis, fourth grade, receives ashes from Father Charles Cummins during the Ash Wednesday mass at St. Joseph Catholic School in Ogden.