The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance — Alan Watts Today I’ve been digging around in my collection of old prints and negatives. Since I’d never tried my new slide scanner on negatives yet, I was interested to see what sort of results I would get. If nothing else, […]
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of July 29, 2016. From spaghetti to the quiet alley behind your house, this week show us something narrow.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Stairs, Steps, and Ladders. The different ways humans have discovered to move up and down to get from one floor to one another. Stairs, ladder, escalators help us out in so many ways. Not everyone is a rock climber and these methods help us have a more convent life. Have fun with this […]
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of July 22, 2016. This week, share a photo of a detail that makes a good thing even better. Sometimes the cherry on top can be a touch of color in an otherwise ordinary day. Sometimes it can be some unexpected bit of decoration spotted purely by accident. Sometimes it’s a sight […]
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this weeks is Tracks. This week’s topic is Tracks – trains, rail tracks anything to do with tracks. For those who remember my Cee’s Which Way Challenge you were allowed to show train tracks, but not trains unless you could see the actual tracks too. In this challenge you can show off your train photos as well. Have fun with […]
Welcome to the first installment of Mexico Monday! After (belatedly) doing a little math last night, I realized that if I share one picture each week it would take me 2 years (!) to finish the first bunch of slides. And so I decided to post 2-3 images each week, at the very least. Also, one of my awesome readers, Galen911, has asked about the scanner […]
I’ve never done any theme days on my blog — unless you can count the photo challenges I take part in twice each week — but I’m thinking maybe now is a good time to try one out. I took on a project a couple of months ago that I’ve been excited about for awhile: namely, scanning and archiving the […]