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The main reason for yesterday’s post was to showcase the processing of a hummingbird using Topaz’s Impression and Glow Plugins. Sure, I added words in there. That’s because my readers are split into two camps. Some just come for the words … Continue reading
Writing a generic post begins by choosing a photo. In this case, a hummingbird photo. This hummingbird photo . . . As I work with the photo, I’m quasi-simultaneously thinking about what I might write. I finish my first iteration . … Continue reading
Some of my readers, probably very few, might have noticed a drop in output. ‘Been busy. Plus, you know, fell into discussing violence, guns, and stuff. Won’t happen again. The discussing part. I linked enough stuff to keep an interested … Continue reading
I begin with a video I shot earlier today . . . Again, if you have a good connection, watch in HD. I continue with something that I had forgotten about. Earlier, I made a comment on Facebook about last … Continue reading
Just a quick post regarding hummingbirds . . . that’s why we begin with tree swallows. Here’s proof that nesting be difficult on the pair . . . I’m pretty sure this is the female, and she’s looking a bit … Continue reading
After many days of rain, the weather yesterday offered up a change . . . snow. This next twenty seconds video is composed of two ten seconds videos shot scant minutes apart immediately after the rain went from big drops … Continue reading
<><><><o><><><><><><><><><o><><><> Note: if you are not reading this blog post at Disperser.Wordpress.com, know that it has been copied without permission, and likely is being used by someone with nefarious intention, like attracting you to a malware-infested website. Could be they also torture small mammals. … Continue reading