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My friend, and fellow blogger, Tom Dills came up with an idea that he wanted to try. He wanted to...

Life without the mirror

Each time that I come into my office/study/computer room, there it is, my bag that contains my Nikon D700 and...

And not lonely one minute

I was going through some of my pictures, thinking about how I felt during the time that I was taking...

Small looking mountains are probably far away!

See those mountains out there? They look pretty small, don’t they? Well, I figured that they weren’t but a couple...

Time out High school basketball offers nearly unparalleled access to the game. All tickets are general admission, so if you can find a seat right behind the bench, it’s yours for the taking. Usually, I will not sit in this…

In the background is a paper mill, whose name escapes me, but whose smell never does. I work about one block to the left of that paper mill and when the wind blows that way, well, let’s just say that…

As any who has ever picked up a digital camera, especially a D-SLR, knows, there are seemingly gazillions of menu options. The camera can be customized to each individual’s taste. There are also different modes for special effects, in-camera editing…

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…