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Author Archives: Pam Bliss
Indoor camera practice means taking yet more photographs of those familiar characters, the studio knickknacks. Portraits of Hanging Vasuki and Desktop Cap, taken with Mischief and the new 60mm f/2.4 macro. Hanging Vasuki is looking particularly goofy and enthusiastic, and … Continue reading
Good bye, hose cart for soaking the new trees. Hello, snow shovels and the long brush for sweeping the satellite dish so we can watch TV.
Hulk wait around big drug store. Many holiday foods. Hulk like two kinds pie. Hulk like trail mix: nuts, dry fruit. This snack: Hulk not sure.
If you are thinking of doing whatever I did to get whatever it is I got, please think again. Not recommended. For content, please have a random photograph from the files on my phone. Oh look, it is the giant … Continue reading
You may have noticed that it has begun to snow. It started late last evening, and knowing WordPress it should keep up until very early in the New Year. As always, if it really bothers you, let me know and … Continue reading
Today marks the arrival of a new lens– a short telephoto macro* for the Fujis, which is definitely giving Mischief a fresh outlook on the world. Even on a cloudy, raw last day of November there are still plenty of … Continue reading
Do a lot of people just walk down the street with a spare 900 bucks burning holes in their pockets, see this display in a jewelry store window, and say to themselves “You know, what I really need today is … Continue reading
As all practitioners of a (semi) regular routine of unplanned or automatic drawings can tell you, making a genuine “lucky drawing” is a rare event. I’m honestly not sure whether the term is my own invention or not; it’s quite … Continue reading
Black Friday has worked its evil magic, and I have acquired a new and very inexpensive Device. More on this Device as I finish assembling it– it is going to be a Productivity Device– but so far it connects to … Continue reading
Fifteen years ago today, we brought home a Cardigan Welsh corgi puppy, black brindle with one white ear. It was a very wise thing to do.