2020 was the Year of Doctor Who for me. It began with “new Who” no longer being available on Amazon Prime. This was a HUGE disappointment as I was counting on them adding the 13th Doctor rather than removing the show altogether. 🙁 A quick Internet search revealed that HBO Max would be the exclusive… Continue reading Year of the Doctor
Here I am, “stuck” at home, in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. In Pennsylvania, Governor Wolf has closed down much of the state, allowing life-sustaining businesses to continue, but little else. So what is one to do when there’s little work to handle from home? Suddenly there’s time for all the stuff I didn’t… Continue reading Time to study…
Preparation Nothing beats being prepared when you’re out with your camera. Knowing your equipment and what settings to use go a long way to not missing the moment when it happens. Take the time to use your equipment, experiment with different settings, and really look at the results BEFORE you go on that once-in-a-lifetime trip.… Continue reading The Magic Moment
In May, I took a trip to Utah. Part of that trip included visiting the wild mustangs that live in the Onaqui Herd Management Area, somewhat near Tooele. My tour guide was Lara Joy Brynildssen. Sadly, she passed away unexpectedly last week. Let me tell you about her. Lara Joy Brynildssen I met Lara Joy… Continue reading Thank you, Lara Joy!
I’ve been the happy owner of a Nikon D3200 since 2012. On the whole, it does what I need, is easy to adjust, and I’ve taken some splendid photos with it. A few years ago, I bought a used D7000 from a friend (who was upgrading to a D500). Until then, I’d never had 2… Continue reading Nikon Camera Upgrade
I love moo.com; I won’t use anyone else for my business cards. Why? They use something they call “printfinity” that allows up to 50 different designs on one side of their products. That means one side of my business cards is all the same: with my name, phone number, email address, and website. But the… Continue reading Have You Tried Moo?
I have used Lulu.com for several self-publishing projects over the past several years. I consistently use them for a yearly calendar that I produce as gifts and for sale. Since I tend to order 20 or less, the price is reasonable and they often run a sale in early fall to bring the price down… Continue reading Lulu.com for Self-Publishing