Category Archives: photography

Small Things

When I got the new camera, I was anxious to try it in specific circumstances, most centering around low light. The a6000 was okay but not great. The a6400 is far better! Because of excessive heat, followed by storms, I … Continue reading

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Salem

If you follow me on Facebook, you know I adopted a cat recently. After Suki’s death, I couldn’t think about getting another pet, but after months of being alone during the pandemic–not even visiting friends–I needed a companion. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Lake Placid at Night

Let me tell you about my town at night. It’s boring! Okay, it’s summer, and the tourists don’t arrive until October, so not much is going on. This year they may not come at all, given the perilous state of … Continue reading

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From Normal to Dark and Moody

“Day for night” has been used in movies forever. Y’all probably know that means turning a scene filmed in daylight into night. I recently watched Twilight again (my gawd, Stewart sucked as an actress in that first film! All that … Continue reading

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Sandhill Cranes and Grackles

Sandhill cranes are much loved by Floridians, probably because they’re so large but never attack humans. They’re also wild but will make themselves at home in places where people live. It’s against the law to feed them, but many do. … Continue reading

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