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Erich, lovely shot of that 15! Love the paint job!
Thanks Dan. This is something I feel the call to do, so I'm going to see if I have what it takes to get into the program, as it's a two year wait list, but if you do well academically, they'll accelerate you through the list, after you take the assessment test. I did the "work full time, take care of kids, school full time" scene in the late 90's/early 2000's when my kids were teenagers to get my associates, which was from a for profit school, and doesn't transfer anywhere, among other things. This time, I can concentrate a little better on the subjects
That is awesome!!!! I wish you all the best, I went back for my masters in engineering after working several years. It was a fantastic experience, hard work, long hours, and still one fantastic experience. Good luck! And if you lived in Iowa I'd be happy to tutor math and science.
Jay, love that Horseshoe Bend shot.
Mike, love the eagle shots. I'll have to email the group around here that shoots the pair we have and seeing about meeting up with them in between studying
Sounds like a lot of fun Jim. Looking forward to the disclosure
Not at liberty to disclose anything at this moment, but I've got a little deal in the works at KTKI. If it all pans out it could be a sweet one. The suspense shouldn't last long, there's a short fuse on it. More to follow.
Rodolfo, looks like a wonderful vacation spot, and glad you're having so much fun with the small cam. I'm thinking that I should head to the airport in the morning and see how well mine does as a TC on the zoom lenses on the commercial arrivals and departures
And so glad your dad is doing well, keep him at that PT and rehab I'm glad I did, it sure helped with my shoulder after rotator cuff surgery 2.5 years ago
Rodolfo Paiz wrote:
I'm enjoying my new little Nikon. The IQ is definitely not in DSLR territory... but considering it stayed with me at all times whereas the D800/24-70/70-200 certainly wouldn't have gone everywhere with me -- including waist-deep into the ocean surf -- I guess the best camera is the one you brought with you.
My home-away-from-home for the last four days... where the pool and the ocean were so good, even the hammock didn't get much use! First shot is of the main house from the pool, while the night shot is of the "rancho" area, between the pool and the Pacific.
Edited to fix the copyright year.