For them not interested in reading, you can go directly to the SmugMug Gallery HERE. I added these photos to the D7500 camera samples Gallery since they are taken exclusively with that camera.
For a SmugMug slideshow click HERE. When you click the link, it will open in a new window.
If you want the full experience, keep reading. Also, if you see stuff crossed out (
like this) it’s editing after I published the post and any new words are in gray. Part of my educational outreach effort showing people how to improve clarity in writing (I hope).
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Wow . . . almost a week between posts. It’s like I was busy wasting time on the Internet or something.
That’s — duh! — a part of it but there’s other stuff too. Nothing worth mentioning here, I’m afraid. I mean, I could mention it but then people would feel bad for me and that would be misplaced sympathy, I tell you what.
But, on with the show . . . a mostly seagulls show, I’m afraid. Some might remember I mentioned the seagulls are slowly coming back after being absent for most of the summer.
These next two shot show how the Nikon D7500 is well-suited for them who have even a smidgen of talent for shooting birds in flight.
Right after that shot, I saw another potential subject . . .
This next photo has similar bugs “hanging” around but also a larger offering . . .
It took a few photos before I realized the grass lent itself to a portrait orientation . . .
. . . er . . . I’m not actually afraid; it’s just a turn of phrase.
But, before we get to the gulls, a titular thought. This time, this song triggered the thought . . .
For them not interested in listening to the whole thing, here’s a portion of the lyrics:
Most times you can’t hear ’em talk,
Other times you can
All the same old cliches,
“Is that a woman or a man?”
And you always seem outnumbered,
You don’t dare make a stand
The question references the attitude of people toward men with long hair. Especially, the attitude of people with a certain conservative bend.
I find it ironic that many of today’s CW male singers sport hair styles that make many women envious. Not all, of course, but many could easily star in Revlon commercials.
I admit to having long hair while in college . . . mostly out of laziness, but always above the shoulders.
But, back to gulls . . . er . . . the back of a seagull, in this case.
Some smelled their underarms . . .
Others stood with vacant and disinterested looks . . . likely, matching the complexities of their thoughts. It reminded me of when I used to watch the news and wondering if the presenters did — in fact — have the equivalent of bird brains.
Well, that’s it for the photos.
Hmm . . . this seems even shorter than usual. I suppose I could offer more of my thoughts but I’m pretty wiped from a busy week . . . how about I share some jokes, instead?
Yup, I know it well . . . I can easily argue both sides of an argument, usually, better than the person on the other side. That’s because if you want to justify your position to both others and yourself, you need to know the opposite view as well as you know your own.
*sigh* I’m betting that the DNC Main Office . . . they’re so going to hand Trump another four years, and that’s depressing.
I’m so requesting that at my funeral! . . . you know, if anyone attends.
Having owned cats, I can attest to the reality presented. We opted for no kids, but I hear it’s occasionally the same with young kids. You know, before they turn into self-entitled and spoiled brats.
That’s not too far removed to how I see the up-and-coming generations . . . and I mean from toddlers up to 25-year-olds.
Let me end on a lighter note; I really like this next cartoon . . .
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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