Once You’re Dead, it’s Too Late

Get More Internet Stimulation!

I made a video to show you how to use Tweetdeck to stay connected to members of the Stuck In Customs community!

You all have always been very supportive, and I have gotten to know many of you either directly or indirectly via your comments.  I think you all will enjoy getting to know one another as well!  Typically, by the way, only 1% of readers comment — but a much greater percentage are very active on Twitter.  Remember Twitter gets much much better when you follow people who make good tweets!  If you are new to Twitter, you don’t have to stress out about what to say… just enjoy following interesting people!

To get your setup, do the following

Other suggestions for Tweetdeck:

  • Whatever interests you, make a “Search” column for it.  For example, my mom loves “General Hospital”, so I made a new Tweetdeck column for her with it.  Now, whenever anyone on twitter mentions something about General Hospital, she is the first to know!
  • Turn off the annoying sounds and the little popup notifier under the settings.  For me, it gets to be too much to constantly see updates!

Linking to SmugMug

You guys may notice that all my photos link to SmugMug. If you want to find out more, see my article on “How to Make an Online Photo Album” and you can also find a SmugMug Coupon there on the link

Daily Photo – Once You’re Dead, it’s Too Late

I don’t know why I enjoy visiting cemeteries so much. They are great motivators for me, really… to get out there and start doin’ stuff.

I try not to let things I really want to do go by the wayside, but some things can’t be controlled, I assume. I certainly go through life with a no-fear attitude, and I guess I shouldn’t expect everyone around me to be exactly the same…

Anyway, maybe cemeteries only make me think this way about stuff, especially desolate, remote cemeteries like this one in the cold windy plains of southern Iceland.

  • JIm

    Hey, I remember this shot…. It is nice to see a full view of the area, it helps to put things in perspective. I love Christian themed pictures. Here is one of my favorites. Thanks Trey.


  • I love the clouds in this photo.

  • Great photo of a sad scene, Trey. Although I do like exploring old cemeteries and looking at the headstones. I guess we will all end up there someday. We just have to count our blessings and be thankful for everyday we have. I agree with Jim. Thanks ……. as usual. Have a great time where ever your work takes you next!!

  • Jim, I looked at the site you recommended on flickr, very nice photos. I saved it in my favorites so I could go back and look at them all. Thanks for recommending!!!

  • Hi Trey,

    This is one of my favorites! I absolutely love it!


  • casusan

    Wonderful shot Trey – yes, for some reason I like to read the headstones also – I remember those ones you took with the pictures on them and thought it was so unusual!

  • This is a great shot with the austere foreground, swirling clouds, and immobile church. Interesting composition. And the buildings and headstones are straight up and down! 🙂

  • I think all the HDR images have a cotton candy look about them

  • Prada is using HDR and Lucis art in their ads. You cannot see it well here but the same image is in W magazine and it is Lucis Sculpture for sure http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_9XoZAsGTWcg/ScwzaPsBVzI/AAAAAAAAAj4/_xPY5enWDlY/s1600-h/Prada%27s+Spring-Summer+2009+Womens+Ad+Campaign4.jpg

  • Thanks for the comments – Thomas – you may be right about that – there are a few other possibilities too

  • Cemetery is a good place for HDR photography especially the old one…the scary one the better HDR will be

  • Love the dreamy sky in this shot.

    I agree with following people on twitter who post interesting stuff (“interesting” being subjective of course). I’ve found that some otherwise interesting people post the lamest (IMO) stuff on twitter.

  • Must be a tough place to dig a grave. Awesome HDR once again, Trey.

  • Trey-
    I am more than positive now that it is Lucis cause I matched the image in the magazine which is a blow up of the image I linked to above. The shiny dull skin too

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