Monthly Archives: November 2014

A win, but then a dip.

I bought a 50mm f1.8 Nikon lense and a waterproof canvas camera bag, both with 40% off on Thursday night. And it wasn’t the usual internet sellers game of bumping the price before a red-letter day, then lower it to … Continue reading

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Ferguson, Mo.

It is truly heartbreaking what is going on in St Louis.

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Competence, and incompetence.

Lifted directly from the WHO website. My tuppence worth at the bottom. Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and … Continue reading

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An internal debate.

What does one do. Await the total easement of the tendon tightening in my ankle or force it, on the principle that pampering it isn’t a good thing. Well I decided to hike the mountain this morning. It was a … Continue reading

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This will be the last one. Enough of all this squealing with glee at the unbelievable ability to grasp light. This was almost in the dark and taken at ISO 6400.

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Illness, of a kind.

I get this attack akin to the seizing of the tendons of one foot every so often. I’ve kinda narrowed it down to sugar of some sort. I’m getting little help from the doctors who seen to believe it’s due … Continue reading

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Nikon D7000

I’ve committed to put on another exhibition in February and to give a series of lectures in a nearby community hall on basic photography. ┬áBoth of these meant I needed a new camera pretty much now. But this year has … Continue reading

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