A little Lensbaby action

Heck, it’s in the bag, might as well give it a little sunshine, but only a little! The London Eye...

Vacation Paul style

I’ve been in the London area for a few days and as yet I’ve not seen Big Ben, Buckingham Palace...

The view from the top

Vanessa picked a great location for our apartment. A room with view. No complaints here. It has been hot and...

Again with the Plan B

If you travel, especially internationally, you know to have a Plan B, or a backup plan. I’d made my reservation...

Last year, my approach to SoFoBoMo was rather haphazard. I chose my theme at the last minute, then I went and did my shooting, learned the tool (Scribus) while putting the book together, and just meandered about until I had…

Steven takes in the view Now that Earl has shown me his not-so-secret waterfall, I am quite attracted to it and will visit it as often as possible. Waterfalls are one of the things that I absolutely love about North…

According to Wikipedia, Chromatic Abberation is: In optics, chromatic aberration (also called achromatism) is the failure of a lens to focus all colors to the same point. It occurs because lenses have a different refractive index for different wavelengths of…

As I was looking at Joan’s blog, Charleston Daily Photo, I noticed a sign on one of her posts, here. It’s nearly incomprehensible, but if you take time to read it, it’s pretty funny. Then, I remembered a sign that…

As part of American history, we all learned about Christopher Columbus and his epic voyage to “The New World”. So what. Done. Gone. Completed. Yeah, that’s nice! The other day, walking around Capital Square in Columbus, OH, I came upon…