Monday, May 12, 2008

Skull And His Little Buckaroo...


I will be mixing things up once again this week, so if you like a variety this will be a good week. Both of these were taken a couple of weeks ago at work. Skull a wagon rider on A shift was working overtime with us this day. I could say allot about Skull all good but it you read Brian's blog he all ready covered everything. About the only thing Brian didn't say about him is that he truly is a piece of work. Skull you can work overtime with us any day, you always have a way of making the men smile.

The color photograph is of Brian Bastinelli, some of you already know him and some even look at his photography blog every day. This photo was taken from inside the cab of the CF Mack engine we were using because our KME was broke down. Yes I know who would ever think a KME would break down. This old Mack is 27 years older than that rig and still far superior in quality and workmanship, something KME has none of. Oops I got off the subject which was Brian. Brian and I have been truck partners for the last four or five years, we also share many of the same interest including photograph. With any luck I will get to visit Brian again out west this year to shoot the rut and just plain wear the shutters out on our cameras.

Oh yes the title, I have always heard Skull refer to Brian as the little Buckaroo...

5 comments:

Chuck said...

I think that it is appropriate that you caught Brian talking on the phone (not hard to do since he seems to be on the phone alot!).

It kind of looks like he is lifting a cheek to let one go. If you know what I mean.

Perhaps sometime this summer you might actually get to work with him again?

Bradley Myers said...

Chuck, he was talking to you and moments later we caught a run uptown and had to leave.

Between now and the end of October we should work together a few tours, but not much more.

Haney said...

First Brian, now you. Do I need to break out my old albums and complete the Skull trifecta?

Bradley Myers said...

Skull is just a great subject to photograph. Yeah, Brian gets his up faster than me, I try and work up images for a couple of weeks at a time so it is easy to post. Thus I run a couple weeks late at times. I have the SFD blog entries ready up to June 6.

Anonymous said...

Skull is a great subject because ya just never know what's coming!!!!!!

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