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It’s been one month since we returned from our cruise to Alaska an in that time I’ve only done a couple of posts from our trip. One about using the P900 as the main travel camera and one giving a … 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
Edited to Add: I’ve added a gallery at the bottom of the post for them who are just interested in the photos. ~ ~ ~ o o o ~ ~ ~ “Where is he?!” no one asked. I’ve been back … Continue reading
There’s a small beach park here in Kona called Magic Sands Beach Park. The ocean frontage is only about 100 yards, but it sees a lot of use. Here’s an overhead shot of it from Google Earth. The hotel next … Continue reading
Since January, I’ve averaged exactly twelve (12) posts per month. That is a huge drop from years past. In 2015, for instance, my average was more than one post a day and that’s when I was working. It’s not just … Continue reading
Just wanted to put this out to readers of my blog because I know a few of you are into photographing architecture. These travel guides look to be very useful and practical. If interested, check out the Kickstarter campaign. Edited … Continue reading