6 years of rotations

Recently, my iMac has been acting a bit flakily the last year, or so. Some weeks it would work just...

Uses for older grills

One of the favorite words, it seems, in the work world, at least my work world, is “repurpose”. In other...

Getting high!

No. Not like Colorado Rocky Mountain “high”, but a few feet above ground level 🙂 On Sunday, I went with...

Finding the time to blog

Wow! It’s been nearly a month since I last posted. I’ve been keeping quite busy, enjoying life. I’m adding lots...

Cameras are for older people

That was the heading of one of the paragraphs in this report about the state of camera sales in 2016...

Finding the right combination

While I was in Cuba, I experimented with a few camera settings and finally settled on some that were outside...

There was much buzz yesterday ahead of winter storm Remus. As a matter of fact, the governor of North Carolina declared a state of emergency based on the forecast by The Weather Channel, which called for 5 – 8 inches…

It seems that now every weather system that comes through needs a name. I remember when only hurricanes got named and when all of those names were names of women. 🙂 On Monday night, in came Winter Storm Octavia (sound…

I’ve been following the Facebook Page, Humans of New York for a while now. I love it! I love it so much that I bought the book of the same name. The name of the photographer is Brandon Stanton, who…

My friend, and fellow blogger, Tom Dills came up with an idea that he wanted to try. He wanted to catch the Lynx light rail here in Charlotte, exit at each stop, take a few pictures, and then resume the…

Each time that I come into my office/study/computer room, there it is, my bag that contains my Nikon D700 and its complement of lenses, nice glass indeed. I took exactly 97 shots with it last year. Yep. 97. I’ve had…