All The Luck


I had a lot written. I wrote a lot about the soon to be vaccine. I talked about picture theory. I thought I was going along pretty good. As I attempted to switch columns I accidentally hit something — I don’t know what — and the entire written piece was deleted. I know that thereContinue reading “All The Luck”

I Tried Going West


Running on empty. I don’t know if it is the pandemic, the political situation or just 2020 — where anything where happens — or something else. I usually take some time to think about my last year. Some of it, in 2019, was pretty good. The rest not so much. I could have done better.Continue reading “I Tried Going West”

It’s All Light


Fall. This is supposed to what it looks like. Bright orange, yellow and red. Leaves on the ground. That’s autumn. That’s fall. A change of seasons between summer and winter. The air cools. It dries out. I’m not dripping wet from humidity. I feel like being out a lot more. That’s what this picture isContinue reading “It’s All Light”

Mystic Month


The business week begins. The most important week. We vote for the president. Many frame it as a vote for Democracy. Many see it as a choice between good and evil. No matter how you see it this election is as an important an election as I’ve ever seen in my lifetime. We also voteContinue reading “Mystic Month”

Spooky


The time of year. Spooky. Ghostly. A good time of year when things aren’t what they seem. This is another short post. We have power, but no internet. Our gear is new and works fine. It turns out that our internet provider took some heavy hits. They are working to repair the damage but whoContinue reading “Spooky”

A Mystery To Me


The waiting is the hardest part. So, said Tom Petty. I’m trying to get my work done by about noon because Hurricane Zeta should be along a few hours later. That means I should shut down this main machine. And, close the lower storm shutters. The all seeing dog didn’t like being out this morning.Continue reading “A Mystery To Me”

The Leaf


A little rain fell. The water cleared and cooled the air. It also left little droplets on the leaves that weren’t calling it quits for autumn. I generally have problems with rain drops. I cannot keep them sharp. I got lucky. That, or I picked the proper focal length for this kind of work. It’sContinue reading “The Leaf”

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