Thanks, Steph! I'm glad you like the pictures I've posted. I have many more I can share, it's just finding the time, especially now that I'm back to work,have a 3 month old grandbaby, and an 8 week old Rottweiler puppy thrown in for good measure!
methinks thou art into science fiction - i don't know why i have this idea ! :)
anyway, me, too. and you have the Tardis in there. Yea! some of the Doctors are really terrific, some ok. but the adventures are way fun. have you seen any of them with K-9? that's one of Tom Baker's. (you could probably get him on Vuze - even tho it's stealing, sometimes you just can't get things elsewhere :) when my son was growing up, i read all the Harry Potters" and i love them. I also read tolstoy, george sand, 19th century being my favorite, but one has to have fun. too.
// i have 3 black cats (o.k., so one is b and w) and i had my girl, black cat for 18 years a while back. your photos are really funny.
it seems the discussions i get into on this site are mostly with women - the guys are very rare and mostly interested in each other's 'talk'. the one discussion i had turned to, guess what, sex. wow, now that's unusual.
which thing that i said is what you liked.
write me back via a message only to me - we should do that cause the other way is confusing and i'd rather not talk to everybody. ok? lexa :]
Thanks Steph, I didn't start taking photos, until I was about 60, I returned to the States to take care of my Mom, and my family here begged me to get a camera so that they could enjoy my stay in the United State and get a better Idea of the culture and the Scenery as I knew that I was going to be there for quite a long time. I purchased an old Minolta 35mm from a shop in PDX and started shooting.. Needles to say, I hated it. I had to wait for finishing up a roll of film, and by the time it was done, I had to wait again for the prints and then I had to try and remember where I shot the damn things and forget about the settings those were magic....They evaporated 2 seconds after I pressed the shutter. Then, Ta Taaaaahhhhhhh! Digital came on the scene and film quickly died and got buried. i bought myself a little point and shoot, noisier than hell and a shutter lag longer than drying paint, or waiting for the tea kettle to boil.... But it was an improvement. My pictures appeared as if by magic, and I could see what I had done almost immediately after pushing the damn button.... I could take a lot, along with using up a sack full of double A cells, but at least I could keep some of those and have something that I as a novice could learn with.. I joined a couple of photo forums started learning a bit and grtaduated to a much better camera at the time, the Minolta Dimage7i, I was a life changer even though the shutter lag was still there I had a camera that wasn't a true DSLR, but it was a step in the right direction and I learned even more. I now am using cameras that were at the times I bought them top of the line. I have a Nikon D70, and a D200, and just purchased a D300S which will be here in October...