This is a shot from the same morning in the desert as the last post. I had a comment that the lens flare detracted from the picture. Since I had been trying for the flare, I initially ignored the comment. However, I think I’ll try the same kind of series again just looking for the […]
Monthly Archives: July 2009
I was sent to the desert outside Phoenix to look at a package for warehousing/accounting. It was hot. How hot was it? As they said there, “the chickens are laying hard boiled eggs.” Since I don’t really travel much, I didn’t acclimate well to the 3 time zone change and so was up before three […]
The “texture” of Old Town Alexandria is very cool. Don’t get to visit there very much, not like when we lived in Alexandria. I enjoy this feeling of “yesterday” even though I know that what we think of as “nostalgic” was just the normal two or three hundred years ago. Took this shot on the […]
Kelsey and I went to the Alexandria Farmers Market this morning. The veggies, fruit and flowers were marvelous. We only bought three green (wonderfully sour) apples, some hot salsa, and a couple of pieces of chocolate. This is one of the flower stands. They gave Kelsey a rose!
I’ve not posted in a while because my computer has been feeling poorly. I think that it’s okay now, or at least I hope so. This is a shot from California–the mission at San Juan Capistrano. Light–high noon!! The mission was peaceful and pretty. Even the kids enjoyed seeing the old buildings and learning about […]
We went on our first ever real vacation and visited family in California. It was a great trip, the weather was perfect! California was as I remember it from years ago and seeing the family again was wonderful. This is a shot of Kirsten as we were getting ready to go into LA.