Category: Photography

The leaves haven’t started to change in earnest, but some of them, usually the maple trees, have started to change. I saw this in one of yards that I walk by on my daily walks. I may make a trip “out west” this weekend, to The Blue Ridge Parkway to see what I can see. Maybe there’s some color there and hopefully, cooler temperatures!

September 24, 25, and 26 … each morning, I was greeted with quite a nice sunrise. I thought that we had embarked on autumn, but, this week has returned to the hot mugginess of summer with humidity levels at 100% in the morning and temperatures in the mid to upper 70s. Sweat! Oh well! It’s all good!

Wow! I’ve not been here in a while. I’m still doing my daily walks and there are lots of things running around in my head, but work has been interesting. Lots of things have changed. The first major thing was that MLBAM (Major League Baseball Advanced Media) split into two companies, MLBAM and BAMTech. Then, Disney came in and bought a majority stake on our streaming company, BamTech. During these past few months I’ve been trying to learn a new-to-me…

Unlike the dogs of Guatemala, in this post, I met some rather friendly fellows in Central Park in NY this past week. They were quite happy to have their pictures taken beside, what I assume is, their hero, Balto. 🙂 Taken with the Hipstamatic app.

Yesterday, September 2, 2016, was a hot, oppressively humid day in Charleston, SC. My friend, Robert, was visiting from Ohio. I’d driven down to Charleston to show him the city. When we arrived, we started by looking out over the bay, the USS Yorktown, slightly to the left, in the distance. Off to our right, Fort Sumter, whose flags can usually be seen proudly flapping in the breeze, sat limply, listlessly in the nearly breezeless afternoon . Fort Sumter is…

The other day, during my morning walk, I heard a familiar sound that I hadn’t heard for a few months. A diesel engine … that of a school bus! The drivers were out practicing their routes, getting timings, or becoming familiar with the route, I suppose. Yesterday, I saw this group of people floating lazily down the Saluda River in Columbia, SC. There were a few kids in the mix. Now, it’s time to put down those summer party favors…

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