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- Praise for Ditch Diggers and Plumbers
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- When the House Itself Says Trick or Treat
- Go Figure
- Because I Could (Plus: When It’s No Longer Fun)
- We Can Save HOW Much ??!
- Hey, It Works for Sculptures!
- Slow and Twisted
- Because It’s Nice Out and You’re Probably Tired of Crochet Photos
- Real Estate Wars
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- Hugs All Around
- Second Project Done!
- No Story, Just a Photo
- Really, Mother Nature ?! It’s Supposed to Be Spring!
- How Did That Happen, Anyway?
- CM May Have Been Hacked
- Embracing Old Lady-ness
Tag Archives: camera
It only took a few tries, a fair amount of cash, and lots of patience, but … I think I have found my most-of-the-time camera. So far, I’m loving the new Nikon Coolpix A1000. Sure, the tech reviews weren’t great, … Continue reading
Silly me. Four years later, I finally discovered the old Olympus point-and-shoot camera my daughters gave me has a Super Macro setting. Check these out: And just for fun, a couple of other photos taken with that older, easier-to-use camera: … Continue reading
Or maybe it’s just timing. I took this little gem with my really old Kyocera flip phone, through a car window on a rainy evening. I call it “A Nation Weeps“. Do you like? (Yes, I know the period is … Continue reading