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Thanks David, this will be the third time going back to college, did it back in 1980 when I was expecting my second son, as a way to fill the time when we were living in New Mexico. Went to a local for profit college for networking, graduated, had a job till I got laid off 2.5 years ago. Those courses and the associates degree are totally useless though, since the credits don't transfer anywhere, so now it's time to go back and learn something new.
David Antilley wrote:
Trey cool, I went back to college at 40 and it was worth it to me. I know I took it more serious and learned more than when I went as a 20-somethiing.
Love this shot Monty, Higgs really looks a lot like my Jerri
Higgs and the Christmas tree
Love this hawk, Jose. Do you use a Better Beamer as well?
The Savanna Hawk (Heterospizias meridionalis) from my last field trip.
Savanna Hawk with Nikkor 800mm f/5.6 AIS EDIF by labecoaves, on Flickr
D7000 + 800mm f/5.6 AIS EDIF + tripod, ISO 100 f/8 at 1/320s. ~ 30% cropped.
The hawk was 40+ metres away.
Career changes and life changes are in order. Hopefully I do well enough academically to be bumped up the two year waiting list for the program. Getting some of the gen ed stuff done, and maybe a photography class or two in the meantime
You've heard about "old dogs" learning new tricks... it is true...
Congratulations Laura. It is never too late to explore our passions, whether for photography or learning. Well done!
Ronny, lovely horse shot!
Ronny _Olsson wrote:
Nikkor 135mm f/2 Ai-s by Ronny Olsson, on Flickr
Nice one John. Not sure if I-90 is the road to use during the winter though but I bet a fall trip from one end to the other would be a joy.
I think I forgot to upload this one. Two shot pano with the 100/2.8 Series E.
Mount Rainier in the background and the Snoqualmie valley down below. I-90 is down there in the trees somewhere. You can get on I-90 in downtown Seattle and go all the way to Boston without getting off it.
Nice instrument, what sort of guitar is it? Is it clear lucite or no material at all?
I will catch up with 30 pages or so
Been looking for one of these for years but Santa found it first. Here with a 50mm f1.2
The only problem is when you open your wallet and moths fly out
Welcome to the family - you've made the first step of a long journey - admitting to yourself that you have a condition (notice I did not say "problem" because my MFNAS has never been a problem . . .)
You made the best of it Tony, glad you made the time to get those shots
My son is home from his semester abroad in Hong Kong and is staying with us for a couple of days. I was able to go out to the field for a few shots before heading out to work today. The lighting was terrible, but it was the only time we had to do it. Shot with the 55mm ƒ1.2 and my returned 105mm ƒ1.8.