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Writing forces me to examine my views as cold words on a page.
My views are borne out of my experiences on this world.
My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
While I still can, I choose to share some for anyone who might find them useful, or perhaps just entertaining.
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Lots of stuff . . . that’s that I muse about. Or, is it “muse on?” See? I muse about/on that too. Along with my musing, I present a few B&W photos. Except, they are not B&W. They are shades of … Continue reading
Leanne Cole Monochrome Madness weekly journey into the world of Black and White is something worth exploring. This was a themed week, and the theme was “shadow(s)”. Before I go proceed, I had submitted three other photos since my last post … Continue reading
After a long absence, I decided to submit a photo to Leanne Cole Monochrome Madness weekly journey into the world of Black and White. I’d contributed before, but as I got busy with other stuff, I let it go for a … Continue reading
The marking of time is important to many aspects of our lives. From insurance to taxes to benefits to medical treatments, the arbitrary demarcation of time into calendar years is employed by various bureaucracies to our supposed benefit. However, … Continue reading
Looking at my meager (photographic) offerings one might conclude my interest in photography is waning. Au contraire, mes lecteurs. Just in the months of October, November, and December, I shot 4,278 photographs, or 1,426 photos per month, or 47.5 photos per … Continue reading
The second half of the year saw the continuation of phone photos as I waited patiently for my big PC rig to arrive and get set up. By the middle of the month, we had Internet service and I set … Continue reading
Come April, I was still documenting the 2015 Tri-Lakes Cruisers Show. But, I also intermingled photos from my trusty Samsung Note II, especially — but not limited to — those from our trips to thrift stores.