Shane’s Flying Disc Show

You may have been re-directed to my photography page if you were looking for Shane’s Flying Disc Show.  Dream Weaver just blew me away.  I could only get so much help from Go Daddy before they refused to help me get through the hard parts of web pages, like connecting FTP sites with Dreamweaver and Go Daddy.

I am utilizing Facebook, FlickR, Youtube, Vimeo and WordPress to bring you Shane’s Flying Disc Show and Shane K. Smith Photography.  I have been a photographer and Flying Disc Thrower since elementary School.  I made my first money with a camera in High School and my first money with a Frisbee in 1978. I also made money by teaching Tennis since I was 13.  I am writing this in 2020.

I am going to set my menus up on my web pages so that Shane’s Flying Disc Show comes up first.  Then all my other stories will fill in alphabetically.

Thanks for showing up in here!

Please make time to click on follow and fill out the email alert part near the bottom of the page. Share on Facebook or other sites. I put some tunes at the bottom of each page. Please come back often. I get motivated knowing someone is out there!

As of 20200514, I temporarily deactivated Facebook so I could concentrate on this project. I’ll be back on Facebook soon. I am shooting for a return to Facebook by June 12, 2020.

To get to the best of Shane’s Flying Disc Show please find me in the menu above.

Uncle Bucks

Vera Shane Uncle Bucs 20131221_1320

For the flickr viewer above click in the middle of the far right side edge. A cursor opens. It may take you FlickR but you can come back. The faces in some photos get smashed together. You can fix that by clicking on the flickR link within the viewer.

RIP Scott Howard. Photo by Diane Hoffman.

From Diane Hoffman!

Diane Hoffman

“R.I.P Scott Howard. Thank you for giving musicians and bikers a place in Salisbury. The bands, the bike nights, the food, the great times, we will never forget. You were special and one of a kind! UNCLE BUCKS was a great place you gave us. You will be missed by so many. Rock on, friend. Judy Howard, your beautiful wife, we love so much. You 2 worked so hard and brought so much to so many.”