Thurs. 11.17.22 – Hello from the Arizona side of the Colorado River, where Sweet Pea and I are for a few days. We wave at you. This is the seventeenth mostly daily post for #NaBloPoMo 2022.
Category: art + photography
Ideas, links, and examples of art, music, design, photography. Can also be the arty photography of Ms. Jen.
NaBloPoMo 2022 : Mt. Whitney and the Morning Setting Moon
Wed 11.16.22 – Driving from Bishop, Calif. to Arizona for work when we stopped off at the Mt. Whitney / Death Valley Visitor Center to take a photo of the view. It was beautiful. This is the sixteenth mostly daily post for #NaBloPoMo 2022.
NaBloPoMo 2022 : First Snow at Crowley Lake and the Glass Mountains
Thus. 11.10.22 – Today was a bit packed. I had a dentist appointment, it went well. There were web client meetings to arrange on the various internet meeting spaces. And then my Dad, the dogs, and I drove northward on US Highway 395 in…
NaBloPoMo2022 : Snow!
The last two days of rain in SoCal has produced some snow on the local LA area mountains and a good deal of snow on California’s North-South spine, the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Today I drove from SoCal to the Eastern Sierras and here is…
NaBloPoMo 2022 : Rain!
Tues. 11.08.22 – Today was the American Mid-Term Elections, but since I completely OD’d on US politics during the Orange Cheeto’s presidency I really have nothing to say other than I voted. Yep, I did. That’s nice. In good news of the day, we…
NaBloPoMo 2022 : Altar Seen Through the Loupe
Thurs. 11.03.22 – Here is a film slide of a visit to the Majorca Cathedral, Palma, Spain in the summer 1972 as seen through the loupe, plus a lightbox and my camera phone. I have not been to Palma, but I have been helping…
NaBloPoMo 2022 : First Post of the Month of November!
Tues. 11.01.22 – Terence Eden encouraged folks on Mastodon to let him know if we were going to do #NaBloPoMo this year and it encouraged me to dust off the old blog and post away. Let us see if I can make it the…
The Word for World is Forest
Mon. 05.24.21 – Today I was released into my native habitat.