Tarmac ribbons criss-crossing the landscape, dusty back roads twisting between the cool shadows of ancient pines, and less traveled pathways connecting present to past, all I wander, seeking, seeing, with my keyboard and camera capturing scenes and stories to share with you.

Now in its seventh year, this venue has become an important part of my life, a place where I can express my thoughts and feelings about the things I see and do, hoping the process brings me a bit closer to friends and family who enjoy sharing my sometimes chaotic and often nonlinear observations and ideas. A journal, I suppose, but one with which I find pleasure in thinking others are alongside me on my journey.

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November 1, 2013


... from the huge stack of cd/rom discs stored on my merry-go-round cubby, here're a few images from the museum of art in boston and the portland museum of art ...

... these were all shot with my first "serious" digital camera, a 4-megapixel olympus e-10 ... an eater of batteries, and you could take a nap as it saved an image to the cf card, yet twelve years after its debut no "consumer level" (i.e., "affordable") digital slr has yet matched the e-10's brilliant wide-field viewfinder ...