A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
I have been watching carefully for the fall colors on the mountain range we see from our windows to materialize since the colors have a way of coming and disappearing in a quick moment. Here is this little protected valley near the tops of the craggy rocky tops, lighting the world for a few precious days. But now these moments are preserved through the wonders of digital photography to look and marvel at for the indefinite future. Double click for effect. Processed slightly in a Topaz filter and matted in a QuickMats4 double mat. Let me know if you like it. I've got a bunch more to show you.
I watch the mountains carefully that I can see from my windows. Last night I watched as the sunlight began decorating the mountain sides in streaks, in well-defined gorgeous patches, playing tricks on our senses and convincing us that autumn is really here. I took 45 pictures of the changing light among the fall colors, so you may get tired of them but I am likely to post many of them. This photo was taken with my wonderful new telephoto lens that my wife finally persuaded me to go ahead and buy in the spring after I coveted it for years. It is processed slightly in a Topaz filter and matted in a QuickMats4 double mat. I hope you like it. Please double click for effect. Image is copyrighted.
All images on the blog are copyrighted. For use permission, please ask me. This photo, as are many others on this blog, are matted in the wonderful QuickMats 4 matting software. As for all my photos, they are more fun and more revealing to look at if you take time to double click and enlarge for detail.
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