Arg! ’tis natter like a pirate day y’all


Today be natter like a pirate day.  Jus’ in time are these lovely photos from th’ Kemah Craft Beer Festival, coincidentally bein’ held this Saturday, September 23 from 2-5 pm.  These pirate cut-outs are jus’ a prime example o’ wha’ happens when ye sample all 72 craft ale available t’ ye!!!!!  Thomas, Jaime, Greg ‘n I had a blast ‘n as ye can tell I reckon Greg was a wee jealous o’ th’ parrot.


Today is talk like a pirate day.  Just in time are these lovely photos from the Kemah Craft Beer Festival, coincidentally being held this Saturday, September 23 from 2-5 pm.  These pirate cut-outs are just a prime example of what happens when you sample all 72 craft beers available to you!!!!!  Thomas, Jaime, Greg and I had a blast and as you can tell I think Greg was a little jealous of the parrot.

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Click here to get purchase tickets and get all the information on the Kemah Craft Beer Fest featuring these 24 breweries:

Austin Eastciders, Avery, Back Pew, Ballast Point, Bell’s Bishop Cider Company, Brooklyn, Deep Ellum, Galveston Island, Green Flash, Karbach, Lagunitas, Lazy Magnolia, Leinenkugel, New Belgium, Odell, Oskar Blues, Saint Arnold, Samuel Adams, Shiner, Southern Star, Spindletap, Sweetwater, Texas Beer Refinery


A Greg Harlow moving Rainbow – BEAUTIFUL!

How amazing is this beautiful rainbow!!!!  This could be my favorite yet.

Shot of Yosemite Falls at Yosemite National Park in October 2017 by Greg Harlow.

In two weeks, collectively over 12 million views, from Nat Geo, USA Today, Apple News, San Fransisco Gate, Nature Mag, UNILAD Mag, Aurora Conservatory, and many others also ran the story, as well as many other news outfits as the numbers continue to grow.
I’m not sure how many views qualify as viral, but a lot of eyes have seen this amazing footage and I am so grateful to National Geographic for getting this in front of the world. 🙂
            – Greg Harlow
Greg Harlow is a traveling photographer and videographer residing in
Salt Lake City, Utah.
IG: @gregharlowmedia
P: (605) 430-9769

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