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Shane Chanka, the founder of Aspired Tech, hopes to expand his photography and filming company later in the future. With his strong interest in filming, he is currently expanding his business.

Humans of Lambert

March 6, 2017
This picture was taken with different handwritings at Lambert.

Redefining Normal

February 23, 2017
Trunk or treat

Trunk or treat

November 1, 2016
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September 19, 2016
On our way back from Fort Walton Beach, we stopped by an art museum. This picture stood out to me the most; the distorted animal faces was very unique. At first, it creeped me out, but as I stared at it a bit more, many thoughts were going through my head. I wondered how the artist made this, how the author came up with this idea, and what it was made out of.

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September 19, 2016
When my dad first suggested that we should go jet skiing, I did have many doubts since I do have a lot of fears. However, I told him that I would give it a try. We went to the rental place early in the morning, but they said we needed to make reservations, so we went the next day instead. After my experience, I probably won’t ever go on one again. It was my dad’s first time driving a jet ski and we flipped over in the middle of the ocean. When the jet ski flipped over, I gulped the biggest gulp of the saltiest sea water I have ever tasted. It was the worst. Then, my dad could not get the boat to flip back over, so I was treading in the middle of the deep ocean, not knowing what was below me.

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September 19, 2016
One of the reasons why we rented a boat was because of me. I had always wanted to swim with dolphins and on the boat rental website, it said that there were many dolphins in the ocean we were going to. Without hesitation, I told my dad and we made reservations.
Before getting on the boat, I had all these thoughts and I told myself that if I saw one, I would jump into the ocean no matter what. However, I didn’t see a single dolphin through the 4 hour ride; I didn’t even see any other living creature, except for a dead fish that someone threw out.

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September 19, 2016
My family and I got onto the boat we rented. As we set out into the ocean, the only thing we saw were never ending shades of blue water. No one in my family had ever driven a boat, so we were lost. After about 30 minutes, my family and I started to panic because we did not know where we were going until we saw the island pictured below. My family and I decided to make a stop since there wasn’t anything else in sight. As soon as my dad turned off the engine, my brother jumped out of the boat, into the water; he was enjoying his time exploring the isolated island. However, my dad had forgot to set out the anchor, so our boat eventually drifted away from my brother, leaving him alone. It took him awhile to notice, but once he did, he swam towards the boat.

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September 19, 2016
One major stop my family and I made was Crab Island. It wasn’t like the first island we found. As our boat got closer and closer to the dock, there were millions of boats floating atop the blue water. Music was blasting in the background and there were so many people in the water and on boats. I wanted to get off the boat and physically go to Crab Island myself, but with so many people in between the dock and the boat my family was on, we could not; we would have never made it through.

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September 19, 2016
This was one of the first pictures taken at Fort Walton Beach. My family went to the beach late at night, enjoying the cool weather and sunset.

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September 19, 2016
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