Spirit of Old Faithful

Spirit of Old Faithful

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG Englewood resident and Vietnam veteran David L. Dorn took some photos of Old Faithful while on a trip to Yellowstone National Park. One of the pictures took the shape of a cowboy with a hat, which he calls the ‘Spirit of Old Faithful .’ He is working with the park to merchandise the photo. For more information, go to http://www.spiritofoldfaithful.com

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About Tom

Tom Chang is a freelance journalist with a background in multimedia journalism and web publishing. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of South Florida St.Petersburg. He graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communications at USF Tampa. Tom's interests include a little bit of everything from entertainment to sports. He also wishes to delve into creative writing writing sci-fi/fantasy stories. Tom was recently the Online Editor for USF St. Petersburg's the Crow's Nest, he joined the staff in January 2010 where he started freelance writing, photographing, copy editing and later became a staff writer. Tom’s freelance experience in journalism amassed a wide range of companies including Creative Loafing, The Focus Magazine, Lutz News, Examiner.com, and Tampa Tribune.
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2 Responses to Spirit of Old Faithful

  1. david dorn says:

    thank you so much you are a nice man happy new year when I get this thing going you will get atee shirt or 2 thanks again david dorn

  2. Jessica says:

    David,
    Speaking of spirits out of the past, I am the (only) daughter of Barbara Leonard Reynolds, whom I believe was your cousin and childhood friend. Vickie Dorn Turner told me about your photograph. It’s amazing. Look me up–Jessica Reynolds Renshaw–on Facebook or on my blog hiddeninjesus.wordpress.com. I’d love to hear how your life has gone since you and my mom were having tea parties and arguing over the “pink” and the “blue” washcloths!

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