By the time you read this, we will be underway — moving our Pearson 303 down to Deltaville, Virginia. After six wonderful years with Shearwater, it’s time for someone else to enjoy her; so once we get her moved, she’s going on the market. Continue Reading →
Tag Archives: iPhoneography
I’ve had several people enquire about our two Maine Coon cats that we welcomed into our home a little more than a year ago. How are they doing? Perfectly fine, thank you very much. How are we doing in comparison? Whew, what a loaded question. Continue Reading →
Now for something different. Long time readers will recognize this, as I posted an earlier version just over five years ago.
I‘ve been refining this wonderful dish for about thirteen years (I don’t even read a recipe for it now) and it’s a huge crowd pleaser. What’s more, it’s incredibly easy to make and consists of just seven ingredients: Continue Reading →
Adieu 2016. We hardly knew ye…
Here — in no special order — are the very best images I shared with you during the past twelve months. They include digital and film photographs, both color and monochrome — from rangefinder film cameras, various film and digital point-and-shoots, and iPhones (the specifics are in the captions of each image). Continue Reading →
Butch Hill is the name of the short brown summit to the right of this frame; one of the summits to the far left in the distance is Bloody Dick Peak, so named for an Englishman that said “bloody” a lot, while living in the area during the 1860’s (I just learned this tidbit while researching place names for this post). Continue Reading →
I can’t imagine stumbling across this on a dark and stormy night, after tying one on at watering hole some distance away and trying to make my way home. Shudder…
Our recent road trip through Montana was filled with such delights… snow-capped mountains, long glacial valleys, big skies, and — in many places — no one else except for us. This image above, for example, was taken along US Route 93, just north of Kicking Horse Reservoir. And as you can see, there wasn’t another soul visible for miles. It makes for a wonderful, restful, and welcoming respite (and there were honey bees!) from the hectic pressure-cooker pace of our normal life back in Maryland. Continue Reading →
Just so everyone understands — “au revoir” means I’ll see you again… it does not mean I’m never coming back. My intent is to share images when I feel like it now, and not feeling internally required to do so. I think this will make for better images and improved posts over time.
At any rate, this is not an “I’m back”; this is “I never left, but needed a break and will be doing things differently now”.
Long time readers will know that I have been posting daily — or more often — since October 2010. After migrating from Google’s Blogger platform to WordPress in April 2013, I had to do a lot of clean-up (flushing over 1,500 posts in the process) and decided to make as much of the content here as original as possible, principally from my photography.
I’ve now reached a point where I need to take a break from posting new content daily and concentrate on other things instead.
Will I return? I have no idea at the present… but I do thank you, gentle readers, for visiting my site over the past many years, spending some time viewing my images, and commenting when you felt compelled to do so. Thank you so very much; you have no idea what it has meant to me.
Ready to guess something neat? Here you go, with a few clues:
- This is an extreme crop of a much larger image.
- It is not in the Smithsonian, nor is it associated with it.
- It is not the B&O Railroad, nor is it associated with it in any way.
Those are your clues… have fun!
UPDATE: Kathy D has taken the crown this time! The correct guess was the Berkeley Pit in Butte, Montana. The complete image is below: