It’s been awhile now since I packed my camera up and visited the Four Corners Brewing Co., but I wanted to go ahead and post these pictures because they have been so cool to me and I really like the way they turned out.
When I drove up in the middle of the week, they weren’t even open. Everybody was hard at work, but not making beer. The real magic here won’t be unleashed for a bit longer. What I witnessed was the prep work. The positioning and configuring and manipulating. It takes an awful lot of “getting ready” sweat and toil before a brewery is set to begin brewing. I guess you just can’t rush a good thing, huh?
John Sims and the rest of the gang at Four Corners have already invited me back to shoot some full fledged brewing action, and believe you and me, I’m chomping at the bit. I can’t wait. I have a feeling this place is going to take off like a rocket. Everything just seems to be pointing in that direction.
Do yourself a favor and keep an eye on Four Corners Brewing Company. Their beer should be hitting the Dallas craft beer scene very soon. If you want to check out their digs, you can’t miss them. Just drive across the MHH Bridge and look for the giant yellow and black rooster. Classic!
Thanks again, guys. It was fun.
For my second post here on The Ben O’Neal Photography Blog, I want to direct your attention over to a site that The Dallas Morning News sponsors called Capture Dallas. This is a fun place to share pictures of all things “Dallas”. Only a few months old, it has quickly become a thriving community of local DFW camera junkies and picture-taking enthusiasts of all skill levels.
I enjoy uploading and sharing pictures for a couple of reasons –
First and foremost, it is rewarding. If an image is special and technically functional, it might be singled out as “The Photo of The Day“, published in The Dallas Morning News or even judged a winner in a specific, theme-based challenge.
It’s also a lot of fun seeing the images that other contributors submit and have them vote and comment on your own work. As photographers, at the end of the day, I think we all want to show other people our pictures.
Capture Dallas is one way those of us who live in the Metroplex are able to share our art with others. I can’t wait to see the pics that are uploaded tomorrow.