Embrace the face

Usually, one of the first things that I do when I get a new camera is to turn off bells...

That’s heavy

The other day, I took the D700 out for a stroll with just the camera and a 50 mm lens...

Are you Cuban or Puerto Rican?

(Translated from Spanish) Man: So, are you Cuban or Puerto Rican? Me: Neither. I’m from The United States (note, not...

Guanajuato – First class all the way.

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that there were no first class seats on the road to Dolores Hidalgo; however, for...

In his most recent post, here, Doug Stockdale said: I just wanted to get a visualization of my feelings of detachment, separation anxiety, loneliness and sadness that occasionally came with my extensive travel. It is not a memoir, although it…

Charlotte I didn’t know which title to pick for this post. I had many to choose from: Self-Delusion, Denial, Economy, etc. I rarely read news, watch television, or listen to commercial radio, so lots of times, I’m out of the…

I’ve heard many times that you “should not” crop your pictures, but should get them right the first time, in camera. To that ‘rule’, I politely say: Hooey! There are, I find, many times when the in-camera crop is fine…

As I have a lot of time on my hands in the evening, I thought that I’d play with the website. I missed my sub heading that I used to have, so I brought it back. It means a lot…

The other day I received a phone call from my friend Stephen. He was just calling to check in and see how I was doing, as we haven’t spoken in a while. He’s usually very busy on the weekend and…