I love driving across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. It is an amazing feat of engineering and never ceases to amaze me! iPhone image edited on the iPad
Two iPhone photo today, taken from the passenger seat of our motor home on Interstate 10 on the Florida panhandle. We were passed by a large of trucks, RVs, and trailers — all bearing the logo of Circus Pages. I looked the name up online, and learned that it is a small family-owned circus Before long we were at the tail end of a long, circus train. Not the best quality photos, but fun.
I was going through photos taken when we first arrived in Arizona, and I realized that I hadn’t sorted and edited a group of photos taken at the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson. The museum is located on 150 acres, adjacent to the Davis Monthan Air Force Base and provided a field day for this photographer. I took a lot of photographs of aircraft, and many close-up such as the one featured here. We visited the museum with family, so of course I also took…Continue Reading “Fly away…”
The other day I updated the blog to the most recent version of WordPress, and the slide show feature of the blog disappeared. Now, if there are more than one photo in a post, you cannot transition between them when they are displayed in a larger format. After a bit of research, it seems that the slide show plugin I have been using was not updated for use with the newest WordPress version. Bummer! Back to the drawing board.
Back to photo blogging — finally. And what a good day to restart, direct from Yankee Stadium.
I’ve been on hiatus for photo blogging this sprint, and I plan to begin posting new photos, both from my iPhone and DSLR, later this week. Meanwhile, I will be one of the many artists displaying work during the Northport ArtWalk on Sunday. I’ll be at the Original Kaspers Hot Dogs, 40 Woodbine Avenue, from 1 to 5 P.M. If you are in the area, please stop by and say hello (and the hot dogs are outrageous).
It is cold here at Disney. Really cold! We were shopping at the Downtown Disney Marketplace and walked through this snowstorm. Very fitting!
This first photo gives you an idea of how many blow-up characters some people pack onto their websites. The second is a campsite panorama!
I came across the link a website, featuring a series of photographs submitted to National Geographic’s 2010 Photography Contest. The photographs are masterful and well worth a look. Click here to take a look — you will be glad you did! If you want to see the photographs that were chosen as winners, visit the actual National Geographic Contest Website.