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Last year around this time I wrote about the Ironman triathlon held here in Kona each year. Well, it’s that time again, and tomorrow some few thousand men and women will jump in the waters of Kona bay, swim 2.4 … Continue reading
Just a quick (ha!) post about random stuff. Let me begin with a sunset. I still don’t think the P900 captures sunsets as well as my D7000. I think at issue is the fact that I’m getting JPGs out of … Continue reading
People who follow me might be familiar with my interest in pareidolia. That’s the propensity to make up words that sound filthy. I kid . . . it’s the propensity to resolve random patterns into familiar objects. In my case, faces. … Continue reading
This will be a quick post because I have stuff to do. So, in at the end of April 2001, we headed to Italy for a few weeks. One of the places that made an impression on us was Gianduja. … Continue reading
A blog I follow (OneOwner) had a photo of a spinner that looked neat (click on the link to see it). Well, of, course, I had to get one . . . or more. Warning: this post will be boring for … Continue reading
I subscribe to the Smithsonian’s newsletter. I should probably subscribe to their magazine but I don’t really need paper copies showing up where I live. Their short stories are generally enough and if I do chance on something that piques … Continue reading