She winked at me.
365/2: 297. Just took off my boots, padded onto the carpet in my socks, and got this in my arch.
Some believe cowboy boots are all pretense. This little bastard is part of the reason for having a pair or twelve. These don’t stick and stay in hard leather soles. My Skechers, however ... pick up every one of Nature’s sharp implements and deposits them with deadly efficiency in any padded or plush floor covering. Not even a bath mat is safe.
How to start a Birdcage in near darkness, in a suit (success was enjoyed).
365/2: 296. Yeah, I’ve lost the thread ...
Been proc’ing so many car pix, I can’t tell good from bad anymore.
Okay, kids. Quiz time. What is it?
First person who says “car” gets a virtual knuckle sandwich (wink).
365/2: 295. Very horizontal.
... still ... endlessly ... processing ... images ... from ... Concorso ...
I took a bit of time away; you need that when editing. When I come back to it, I think “jeez, that’s a good shot!”
365/2: 294. The ‘usual’ sunset ...
AustinMann: Yosemite + iOS 8.1 — What Photographers Need to Know.
365/2: 293. Turning over an old leaf ...
TechDirt: Have Drone Will Travel — Slow-Moving Regulators Force Innovation Overseas.
“In response to slow-moving U.S. domestic policy on commercial drone use, innovators are moving abroad, to jurisdictions where regulations have been updated to delineate when drones may be used in the commercial context.”
Kickstarter: The Intrepid 4x5 Camera - An Affordable Large Format Camera.
365/2: 292. Aspen leaf ‘doily’.
Photoshelter Webinar: Law School 101 – Demystifying Copyright & Social Media Terms of Service.
Of note. I may be tuning in to refresh my memory.
365/2 291. Double rainbow.
365/2: 290. Lily.
365/2: 289. New Mexican autumn color contrast.
365/2: 288. Warm enough to sit out under the portale this evening. Nice sunset, too.
Later: Aforementioned sunset.
JUMP FOR JOY! Photo Project: Roland Tanglao #jumpforjoyphoto of the day!
I still maintain Roland has the best smile on the interwebs.
365/2: 287. Diving straight into sunset.
No chemtrail comments please. I’ll rip you a new @%#$@%$$%.
Italian Ways: The Temple of Valadier, a refuge for the soul.
The New Yorker: Copywrong.
I expect better of you, New Yorker. You’re on my watch list now.
365/2: 286. Galisteo Basin Preserve, late afternoon harsh light.
Photoshelter Blog: How this London Photographer Got 70,000 Followers on Twitter.
“I try to be intelligent in the way I build my following by targeting the people that I follow who will then follow me back.” But that’s the whole secret. Look at his follower/following ratio. Almost 1:1. Choosing people who follow back is not difficult. I could hire a kid to sit and lure followers eight hours a day for a week, and have a huge following - completely unrelated to the quality of my social posts or photography. No doubt there is an advantage to big follower numbers, but at what cost?
The Appendix: Photographing the Guillotine.
“... this will be and this has been.” Yes, exactly. Good article.