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Pictures

All my pictures. Just for fun images, family events, commissioned, stock photography, voluntary work – the lot.

Range Time

Notice how you cannot see a target in this picture? There is a good reason for that. Low and left. My groupings are still good, pretty much all the shots fit under my hand, but hitting the bullseye. No. Today… Continue Reading →

My View From the Hammock

We did some yard work this morning. Afterwards I indulged in a few minutes in the hammock. It was a glorious 77°F today and is set to be over 83°F tomorrow. I need to enjoy it while I can.

Is the Art in the Photograph or the Processing?

TLDR: Both. Often when I take a picture what I see and what the camera ‘sees’ are two very different things. And then again, often because of time constraints, I have to take the picture then and there. There is… Continue Reading →

Open Carry and Concealed Carry Holsters

Open Carry – Hiking & Backpacking Holster When did I get so tubby? Oh boy. I’ve had this holster for over a year, and the concealed carry one for around five months. Gun forums can be full of a lot… Continue Reading →

Making a Simple Leather Journal Cover

I’ve made a smaller simple leather journal / bujo cover for everyday carry [Three Pictures]

Too Many Cat Pictures

The trouble is the cats are a constant source of amusement – so you cannot ignore them, or their strange foibles (and furballs). Rather than make a load of separate posts here are some recent cat pictures. Tubby is pretty… Continue Reading →

Writing Desk at Storybook Barn

I like this crop so much I wish I’d taken this as a separate picture. However, the wider shots I took came out pretty good too. [Three pictures]

Chandelier Through the Window

I recently visited a friend who is converting a barn on their property into a wedding and event venue. While I was there I took a few pictures. This is probably an unrepeatable picture, as very shortly the clear pane… Continue Reading →

Short Hike at Busiek

Gary and Lanie go hiking on the Yellow trail at Busiek State Forest and Wildlife area. We took a quick side trip to introduce Lanie to the old panel van [seven pictures]

Lanie in the 1930s Dodge “Humpback” Panel Van at Busiek

Lanie joined me for a short hike on the Yellow Trail at Busiek. We went off-trail a bit so she could see the old panel van. In total we hiked four miles, nothing strenuous. But it was a warm 82°F.

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