Find Particular Stuff
… him who writes this stuff.
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.
Photographs and written content, including original fiction and non-fiction, are copyrighted Emilio D'Alise, 2010-2018.
Unauthorized use/duplication of any portion of Disperser Tracks is strongly discouraged under penalty of maledictions, strongly worded castigation, and possible legal action.
NOTE: WordPress wiped out many of the links in older posts.
If I reference a SmugMug album, and the link does not work, it can be found here: ejdalise SmugMug
If you're new to this blog, it might be a good idea to read the FAQ page. If you're considering subscribing to this blog, it's definitively a good idea to read both the About page and the FAQ page.
Comments are subject to editing and/or erasure to maintain this blog at what is loosely described as an “R” rating. The preferred comments rating is “PG.”
Personal attacks, threats, or offensive materials are not tolerated and will be removed. Stupidity is tolerated but subject to merciless ridicule.
Stuff's Perusal Counter
- 154,216 pairs of eyes visited
World of Stuff Readers
Stuff Recently Popular
- Project 313 - Post No. 309
- Project 313 - Post No. 310
- A quick post about cameras and flash
- Project 313 - Post No. 308
- Tri-Lakes Cruisers 14th Annual Car Show
- Firefly - Limited Edition Serenity Blueprints
- Project 313 - Post No. 307
- Leanne Cole's Monochrome Madness: My Contributions to Date
- Balloon Classic - CoS - Labor Day 2005
- Project 313 - Post No. 306
Stuff Before Now
Stuff by Category
Stuff in my Category Cloud
Tag Archives: Kailua-Kona
For them not interested in reading, you can go directly to the SmugMug Gallery HERE. For a slideshow click HERE. When you click the link, it will open in a new window and you have two options: 1) Manually scroll through the photos … Continue reading
While various parts of the Big Island have been affected by the hurricane (flooding), here in Kona it’s been mostly a non-event. FYI, I’m writing this a number of hours before it goes live. There were some unusually higher waves … Continue reading
I mentioned I’d walked to the shore a couple of times. Snapped me some decent photos (which I can’t share because — whaaa! — I ain’t got my PC to download them. However, I did record a few videos with the Samsung … Continue reading
I’d hoped to cover the 90-minute photo session in two posts, but it turned into three posts. The first post (HERE) covered my encounter with the rusted truck relic. The second post (HERE) dealt with the surfers I photographed. This post … Continue reading
I’d hoped to cover the 90-minute photo session in two posts, but it now looks as if it’ll end up being three posts. The first post (HERE) covered my encounter with the rusted truck relic. This post has fifty-eight photographs … Continue reading
As mentioned in the last post, I’ve been editing stuff. Specifically, my last novel. Yes, I have it in mind sending it out into the wild and see if it can hook an agent. I’m not holding my breath, but one … Continue reading