Monthly Archives: July 2010

Georgia Rain

Sharon’s a great traveller. Whatever the circumstances Sharon just carries on! And right now, the circumstances were “heavy rain”! The picture is a little soft as we were in a moving trolly at the time. Below we have ┬ásome river … Continue reading

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Found a Roll

Somehow my shots of Savannagh, Georgia got misplaced in my computer so I sort of have that feeling a film photographer must ┬áhave when they find a roll of film they haven’t yet developed. This is just one picture as … Continue reading

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Not Yet

A good rush. A good shot and a good stop. No score. Not yet. Soccer can be difficult to photograph. My Fz35 did alright but you really need a faster lens, faster focusing and higher frames per second to really … Continue reading

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Two More Minutes…

Two more minutes and it’s time to go! How many times have those words echoed in playgrounds around the world. The sun was almost gone when I took this shot of our friend’s daughter playing at the park. She really … Continue reading

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Fine Design

I asked this fly if he could move to a green leaf. Something a little more photogenic. He just ignored me. (Perhaps he knows my wife?) So the background colour is not what I would have called for. That said, … Continue reading

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Vespa Rental

Just checking out my Europe pictures. The things you miss. I don’t remember noticing the floor when we were there. I guess I was so excited about renting the scooter I didn’t see it. I do recall the art work … Continue reading

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A Slice of Rome

We have a few digital picture frames at our house. As you could imagine the pictures rotate on a continual basis and we like to keep an eye on the European pics. I don’t know why but I just like … Continue reading

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