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My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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This might end up being one of them there lengthy post. There are a lot of photos, so it might load slow. I suggest getting a cup of coffee and perhaps making a bathroom run while everything loads. Just letting people … Continue reading
It’s fine, thank you. I don’t have any complaints and if pushed, I’d be hard-pressed to come up with something I’m not happy about. Blazing fast, lots of customization, handles pretty much anything I throw at it. However, readers of … Continue reading
. . . but I begin with a photo from my now defunct Samsung Note II. This is not staged and it’s from last April. That’s how long I’ve been sitting on this. I’m sure the Universe wanted to give … Continue reading
My last post was all about videos . . . as much as I want to get into the motion pictures business (lots of money in motion pictures), practicality and lack of any videography know-how will likely have me stick to still-photos, … Continue reading
This post will show two versions of videos; one version captured with the Nikon P900, and the other captured with the Samsung Note 8. One quick note about the Note 8 videos: they were shot in the default mode. There … Continue reading
A few people (none I can think of, but it sounds better than saying “no one”) noticed my blogging absence. Well, I’ve suffered a digital loss. Sunday morning had me waking up to an unresponsive phone. Pretty much all morning … Continue reading
I . . . am not Irish. Still, the day is a convenient excuse to eat with a little bit of style. These were shot quickly with my Samsung Note II . . . because I did not want to … Continue reading
I had no horse (pardon the pun) in the Super Bowl XLVIII race, but if pressed, I marginally would have preferred the Broncos to win. It’s not just that I know more Bronco fans than Seahawks fans. I had caught … Continue reading
. . . Florence, Colorado, of course. We did visit Florence, Italy, a number of years ago, and there as well we crossed paths with antiques, but not the same as these. Some readers might remember the post from the … Continue reading
That was the view yesterday morning while driving along County Line Road, the road serving to mark the boundary between El Paso and Douglas Counties, here in Colorado. A cloud had been hovering in the area since the previous evening, … Continue reading
Those who follow my blog have read a number of posts documenting my recent trip to Florida. If not, that’s OK . . . I only mention them as a reference. All of the photos on those posts were taken, … Continue reading
The Coronado Springs resort has been our home for the past five days. We leave tomorrow morning, and I wanted to highlight a bit of what helped make our stay a pleasant experience. Interesting . . . this does not … Continue reading
We’re well past the stage where we buy souvenirs . . . but I did almost buy this. That says it all . . . the secret to the universe, the answer to all the great questions humanity has to … Continue reading
People might be aware of my antipathy of most humans . . . I tend to avoid crowds, or any event which has the chance of drawing even small numbers of other humans. “What the hel . . . … Continue reading