As i sit here uploading numbers 98,99 and 100, in the hope they take me to the magic one hundred,it suddenly hit me.They are photos from nearly 3 years ago,photos that i took on our holiday to my second home. Pictures i had overlooked and not even thought about until now.And that got me wondering how many hidden gems (as long as they pass the test) we all have hidden away. how many holiday photos we have all taken and never even looked at when we got home,and yet somewhere out there there... continue reading
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The American Robin (Turdus migratorius) is so common to most of North America that it is often overlooked as the subject for photographers.Their natural tendency to not be easily startled or distracted by nearby human activity makes them excellent subjects for highly detailed close-up photography.On two different occasions, I took these sharp, clear, vivid photos right in my own front yard, less than 25 feet from my house, and less than 10 feet away from the robin.In the photo of the robin on... continue reading
A few days ago, I was lamenting in this very blog about the mixed blessing of living in Washington, DC:Nearly all the buildings, at least downtown, are extremely photogenic.At the same time, you can't walk down the Mall without seeing at least 1 photographer per square foot.Since writing that entry, I have spent a lot of time in the city's museums and around the major monuments.Looking at them through a potential designer's eyes, trying to sort out what would and what would not be useful,... continue reading
Do a search for sports. What images come up? Football, basketball, lacross, soccer, all those ones we all see blasted on our television sets. I would like to take a minute to briefly cover the sport of precision firearms.Shooting exercises with rifles and pistols go beyond the need for hunting, or the desire to live out some power trip. It takes a great deal of skill, and a LOT of practice to be able to send a half-inch wide object 1000+ yards and have it land exactly where you want it to, within... continue reading
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