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Jose, they really liked their public art, it seems.
Another decorative fresco from Casca Longus house:
Peter, thanks. I use that lens hand held, and I just store those pesky mounts on the camera so they don't get lost. When I use the 300 or 400, it goes on the tripod mount where it belongs I have a feeling that chemistry is going to haunt my dreams for the rest of my life
Laura - like the new goats, not too sure about the "back to school" images ( I still dream about not finishing assignments!) and I have to assume that you put the long lens on just to show what the bag could accommodate otherwise you''d have the tripod shoe on the lens. Not so?
Curtis, you were on hiatus when I made the announcement. I'm desperately trying to hang on as it's not as easy this time around, especially the chemistry. Math, no problem, there's also an English Comp book in that bag, but it's so small you can't see it at the top of that pile.
Wow! I'm impressed Laura and I imagine other students are as well. It is never too late to dive into academic study. Hope you're enjoying yourself. I've been a bit of a lifelong students, though my days of being enrolled at a university passed over twenty years ago. But there are many ways to be a student, not least of which discussions like this. You were the first to give me a lesson on extension tubes and doubtless those conversations contributed to my later exploration. We can do that for one another. So yes, we tempt each other to buy...Show more →
+1 Peter, that's an excellent portrait for sure!
Excellent portrait, Peter!
65° F/18°C on Sunday, down to 35°F / 2°C this morning. I'll still take my cold temps.
Too chilly with the wind for me. I usually wait till April when the Spanish Mackerel come in
and around sunrise after that
Thanks Tony. This kid just kept playing till I got it right.
Cute goat shots Laura!
Wow, early morning, and no Leighton? Hope everything's ok there.
And now that spring break is over, back to school and those books...