Documenting my photography journey with original content in words and pictures. Based in Indianapolis, I've been a racing photojournalist since 1984 with publication credits in international media outlets such as Associated Press, motorsport.com, Autosport Japan and Auto Hebdo. Please enjoy the stories of my journey as a motorsports photographer chronicling the Indy 500, Indycar, NASCAR, ARCA, USAC, IMSA, LeMans and other series. My blog title pays homage to Indiana towns that end in -ville.
Here's another panel from Scott Adams' sequence about photographers adapting to corporate life. It's probably my favorite, with the guy wearing a ubiquitous photographer's vest and the cattle roping analogy. Strapping the personnel manual on the poor guy's back is a touch of genius. As if the photog will absorb the info somehow by mere physical contact. There's another panel with a panda reference which is pretty funny too but I won't post it unless someone asks me too. It's all about cube life sapping one's will to live which, come to think of it, is a recurring theme in Dilbert.
It's not really that bad out there. Maybe you feel differently.