Project 313 – Post No. 090

Man, what a marathon  . . . I now have eight posts in the can that will take me all the way to next Friday. Well, today, when this posts (presuming I counted right and made no scheduling mistakes). 

Today I want to link to a post about a small but fairly good airplane museum in Pueblo, Colorado. It is the Weisbrod Airplane Museum and this is the POST I did on it. THIS is the SmugMug gallery (191 photos, all annotated).

Like I said, that gallery is from a time when I was annotating all of the photos in Smugmug and only showing a few photos in the blog posts. 

That kept the posts short and they loaded fast because, in addition to fewer photos, they were also smaller. The thinking was that people would go to the SmugMug gallery for the full photographic experience. The problem was that few people went to SmugMug and hence the photos would languish, forgotten and underexposed. By underexposed, I mean “unviewed”. 

Eventually, I got tired of the difficult task of annotating photos and figured as long as no one will look at them anyway, I would have them all on the blog where it was easier for people to not look at them . . . and it would save me a load of time. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 090

That’s a photo of the moat surrounding Fort James Jackson in Savannah, Georgia. The photo has been treated using Topaz plugins and Topaz Studio. I like it.

As much as I like Mr. Boffo, there are still few cartoons that will actually make me laugh aloud. 

This is one of them. 

This next doodle is a modification of the Amoeba Ninja original . . . by modifying it, I changed it into . . . Hemorrhoids Selfie

. . . you gotta wonder how they snuck a camera in there . . . 

Hemorrhoids Selfie

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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