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.
If I took a thousand pictures of the mountain tops I can see from my back door, two of them would rarely be alike. The clouds, light, vegetation, fog, snow cover, and time of day alter the scene moment by moment, hour by hour, with the best views rarely lasting more than a few seconds or, at most, a few minutes. Which means you have to sit there with your camera and wait for what you want to see and shoot.
Modern (eighty years ago) fencing and outbuildings, Beaver UT. I don't mean to demean Beaver with these photos. Beaver is a modern, lovely town. I just happen to like some of these pictures I took in the vicinity or town of Beaver because they remind me so much of fences and barnyards in the little rural valley where I grew up in northwest Wyoming.