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...

Apple! Is 56 the new 85?

A couple of weeks ago, I watched my first-ever Apple product announcement. It took them about 3 hours to say...

Memories of Mike

Growing up in Akron, Ohio, we had a mail carrier for our neighborhood named Mike. From the time that I...

Pedro and Hobbs “A really companionable and indispensable dog is an accident of nature. You can’t get it by breeding for it, and you can’t buy it with money. It just happens along.” – E B White, The Care and…

On Wednesday, I travel to New Jersey to see my friend, Tom, The Photo Father. This morning, I got out my D300 and went out to take some pictures. After about 15 or so pictures, the camera refused to auto…

The above photo is of the Kapstone Paper and Packaging paper mill. When I first arrived in Charleston I didn’t know of its existence. That, however, was short lived. When I reported to work on my first day, some 14…

Coco This image has been hanging around in my camera for a couple of weeks now. I didn’t finish the roll until today. I’ve been wanting to tell her story, but wanted to wait until I had developed the picture…

It has been one of those crazy weeks where life gets in the way of photography. Usually, I can make time for photography, but this week, not so much. I’ve not developed or scanned any film in the last 17…