By the middle of the month, we had Internet service and I set up the PC. I was ready to release a flood of photos documenting the last few days on the mainland.
I like too many photos to show them all here. From the last of our Colorado flowers . . .
. . . to the last of our Tahoe . . .
. . . to Hoover Dam . . .
. . . to sequoias.
I also mixed in a few local shots as I continued documenting my westward trip.
While I did not have many posts, I did post a lot of photos in July, probably compensating for the previous lean months.
By August, I was fully invested in Hawai’i-centric posts. Sure, I threw in the occasional opinion post, as I’m fond of doing, but this is a photo review, so no opinions here . . .
The majority of August photos consisted of flowers . . .
. . . and pigs . . .
. . . and roosters . . .
. . . and a few other island scenes . . .
. . . and still found time to play with the Topaz plugins.
In August, photos and postings slowed up a bit, but I still managed a few interesting photo . . . or what I thought were interesting photos.
I made the effort to photograph a couple of murals . . .
. . . and visit a historical park . . .
. . . and the third quarter was done.
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