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.
Before I had my health incident of a major vertigo attack in May of this year, I was averaging 180-200 page views a day. Two days ago I worked for three hours and posted 19 photos. I was rewarded with 50 page views. I know, don't remind me, we must learn that we are blogging for ourselves, not to stoke our egos with zillions of page views. But I must confess that it is more encouraging when you have more followers when you are working hard to keep your blog going. Maybe some of them will gradually come back. I hope. Meanwhile, please leave comments when you feel like doing so. What do you like, or don't like? Just be nice. Thank you, the Curmudgeonly Professor.
The sunrise on Wednesday October 15 2014 in the South Salt Lake UT Valley from start to finish. The best color lasted all of about 10 minutes. You had to be standing there with your camera to catch it.
We live in the desert in Utah where the only thing that is green has been watered. So we don't have red, yellow, orange and multi-colored trees in autumn as far as the eye can see like they have in New England and other places. But we still love the colors of autumn wherever they pop up.