A long anticipated photo hike

Last month I received an early birthday present… a new digital camera. My old camera was bonked, unusable, and had been for months… possible a year or more. The battery latch was broken and duct tape apparently is not the universal fix. Long discontinued, camera replacement parts weren’t available. Fortunately, my new camera and my […]

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The great outdoors calls

Even before my knee surgery, I was pretty much a slug. I had stopped hiking and photogging, It hurt too much to walk so much. I felt heavy and spiritless. I hope to change that. Over the weekend, I charge all my camera batteries. I worried that they had been so drained of power that […]

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Moss in the trees

I ambled around Eden Gardens State Park this week, enjoying the nature trails there – a hidden treasure that not many people realize are there. The park’s main feature is the rose and camellia gardens, and the old estate, Wesley House. It’s all very Antebellum. The paths were free of traffic, and the weather, for […]

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