David Waugh Photography and Music

I have thrown away biases when it comes to music because I believe that all types of music are important in their own, even though I might not listen to some of them. I was scanning through the New York times when I read this article. It is sad that even though there are those of us(including yours truly) who try to prove to people that metal music isn’t bad, there are ‘artists’ who would do anything to destroy that image. Music is powerful. It has the capacity to heal and to inspire. But in the hands of crazy people, it has the capacity for evil. This story proves that point.


My friend, electronic musician Paula posted this link to my facebook account. DaGamba – Boadicea (Enya cover) is an enchanting interpretation of a track written for the BBC documentary the Celts by Irish musician Enya Brennan. DaGamba has given it a new life and “dress”.


Today in pictures: North Cascades National Park

Sunset in Nooksack Cirque, HDR. David Waugh Photography

Additional 5 photos from this album.

David Waugh is an American photographer who takes pictures of national parks and nature. He is also a biker. According to his bio:

I have lived in Bellingham all my life and never plan to move. As much as I enjoy traveling to other places, I don’t think I could ever call anywhere else home. I’m a mountain biker, backpacker, and photographer. I spend a lot of time on the trails on Galbraith doing work as a WHIMPs crew leader, and am also in charge of the dirt jump park. I work seasonally for the National Park Service on trail crew at Mt. Rainier. I don’t watch TV and instead read articles online about various things. I always enjoy trying new things and meeting new people.

Visit his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/dwaughphoto

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