Routines

I have no idea what his name is, but I pretty much know his schedule. We both arrive at the...

Good friendship, Spanish, and really long lunches

I met Fernando, who is from Spain, when I worked at AIG. He’s been in the US for 30 years...

A least there’s a bit of dew

During this morning’s walk, I noticed several spiderwebs on various bushes, all saturated with dew. We haven’t had any appreciable...

Congratulations, Tim

Tim is a friend of mine. We met about 5 years ago. He’s a confirmed geek and proud of it...

A walk with the 12 mm

During my evaluation of the Fuji X100T, I decided to take my Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark I (Wow! That’s rather...

Fuji X100T: The attraction was purely physical

We met a few weeks ago in Boone. She looked somewhat familiar. I was immediately attracted. For the past 7...

Top Secret! Hush! Hush! The train from the Metro Park station in New Jersey ends at 34th and 8th street in Manhattan, NY. As you exit the station on 34th Street, to your right is a well known iconic landmark…

Be comfortable and wait! On Monday, October 27th I packed up my D300 and sent it to the Nikon service facility in Melville, NY. According to FedEx, it reached its destination at 9:27 AM on Wednesday, October 29th. On Monday…

Surprise Up until recently, most of my photography has been of places that had few or no people at all. Of late, as you know, I’ve become quite interested in people and photographing them. Thinking back, I believe this to…

Feeding Frenzy I’ve been back from NYC for almost a week. I’ve not developed all of my film. I believe that I have 3 rolls completed and 3 to go. I must admit that even with the images that I’ve…

Tap! Tap! Tap! Testing: One, two! One, two! Is this thing on? Wow! It’s been a slow few days. I guess that everyone was out watching the World Series or something. 🙂 All across blog land things have been pretty…