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For them not interested in reading, you can explore the photos in THIS SmugMug Gallery. For a SmugMug slideshow click HERE. When you click the link, it will open in a new window and you have two options: 1) Manually scroll … Continue reading
. . . so I played around with a few photos. As the caption says, that was taken in Yellowstone National Park in 2013. This next version of it was processed in onOne Effects.
One can easily argue the duplicity of people when it comes to the value of being smart. There are many definitions of smart. Some relate to specific metrics (IQ) while others place the emphasis on matters that are harder to … Continue reading
I should warn people . . . I may not be around much during the next few months. Wait . . . is that clapping and cheering I hear? I’m still going to post stuff here whenever I need a … Continue reading
Note: Based on feedback I received, posts on this blog are now longer and with more photos. I don’t know the exact age, but around eight years of age, I feasted on a zombie . . . er . . … Continue reading
There are noises on the airwaves. Some of them relate to Freedom of Speech. But, before I get to something that means a lot to me, I want to touch on the underlying reason I’m writing this. I am referring, of … Continue reading
At the end of May and beginning of June of last year, we traveled to the northern part of Wyoming. Our first stop had been Sheridan, and we then headed to Cody. We took the scenic route, something Melisa dreads … Continue reading
As I suspected, few people bothered to read the PDF of the narrative (and I thank them who did), so I’ll make this a quick post . . . well, relatively quick. Here’s the narrative for Day Three and here’s the … Continue reading
I’ve had a stressful evening, so I thought I would sit down and do a post to relax me. To wit, I figure . . . what? Why was it stressful? Ah . . . you see, we have neighbors … Continue reading
It may not seem like it, but I still maintain and occasionally contribute to this blog. I probably shouldn’t as things seem to pile up faster than I can unpile them, but this is my relaxation. Writing is too, but … Continue reading
I am taking April off from Disperser Tracks, from reading blogs, from Facebook, from Twitter, and from the Internet in general. I plan to return (virtually) live on May 1st. Meanwhile, I scheduled a few posts (like this one) to go … Continue reading
Continuing my “Looking Back” series, the Yellowstone 2007 edition, I present The Moose . . . and a little blurb about post-processing photos. As usual, click on the photo for a larger version. You can go to the SmugMug Gallery, for … Continue reading
These are the same photos as presented in the first post (Bison Part I), but treated with Holland Studio presets in onOne’s Perfect Suite Effects module. The first five are all processed using the HollaWide preset. It gives the photos a … Continue reading
These are the same photos as presented in the previous post (Bison Part I), but post-processed with one of my onOne Perfect Black & White conversions settings (the “Perfect” is the name of the program, not an assessment of my efforts). As … Continue reading