Staying at home has caused some boredom – and so I decided to change the look of my blog. We’ve also had some storms this weekend, so (just to break things up) here are a […]
Our state parks are open again, and my family and I are excited to visit and do some hiking, and see complete strangers!
As you know, I have been quite attracted to mirrorless cameras, in particular what Canon is doing with mirrorless (since I’m a Canon guy). However, I vacillate between the benefits of traditional DSLRs and newer, […]
I’m going to take a break from photography for a day (it’s hard to stay away). I’ve been evaluating binoculars to use for bird watching and general use when I’m hiking. Initially, I wanted some […]
The Junior Six-20 camera was manufactured in the 1930’s by Kodak in Rochester, NY. It’s quite a nice little camera, although a bit plain. I would guess that it sold for somewhere between $20 and […]
Some of the vintage cameras I’ve collected were built to use 828 film. I wondered what that was about. I wondered what 828 film was. In reading about it, I learned that 828 was Kodak’s […]
This past week has been unusually dreary here in central Texas. Last night and this morning the sun has announced, “I’m still here!” And, here’s a few photos to prove it! And, it’s Friday! I […]