Embrace the face

Usually, one of the first things that I do when I get a new camera is to turn off bells...

That’s heavy

The other day, I took the D700 out for a stroll with just the camera and a 50 mm lens...

Are you Cuban or Puerto Rican?

(Translated from Spanish) Man: So, are you Cuban or Puerto Rican? Me: Neither. I’m from The United States (note, not...

Guanajuato – First class all the way.

In yesterday’s post, I mentioned that there were no first class seats on the road to Dolores Hidalgo; however, for...

Monitoring for squirrels, rabbits, birds, whatever – age 5 The photo to the right is one of the earliest digital pictures that I have of Mr. Hobbs. This was taken when he had just turned 4. I’m sure that I…

Toes up and having fun! I’m having a great time going back through my photographs and doing lots and lots of clean up. I’ve expended a great number of hours doing it and probably have as many more to go…

Those Loblolly Pines seem awfully orderly. Hmmm Probably, if you asked a random sampling of Charlotte residents about Ribbonwalk, the most popular response would be: What is that? Like the city in which it’s located, the preserve’s name is derived…

Tony, age 12. Practicing the French Horn For about 5 or 6 days, I’ve put in a couple of hours each night consolidating my digital photos. Previously, I would make a new library each year. One day, I believe it…

McDowell – Reaching peak colors I do my best to keep an open mind about things; however, I do have certain things that, let us say, don’t change so easily. One of them is paper. From way back in the…