SciAm: Lower IQ in Children Linked to Chemical in Water.
365/2: 270. This should have gone up yesterday, but I was just too tired.
We are well and truly into autumn now.
Yes, I’m behind the 8-ball.
I’ll catch up with stuff here shortly. Post-Concorso, there’s just so much to get accomplished in a very short period of time. Links will increase in frequency gradually once I get the Award Winner images finalized.
5,747 images taken in the last three days.
There’ll be probably about 2000 polished keepers out of all that. Most of the extra chaff was in taking extra shots while in a moving vehicle. I definitely need to rethink my hard drive setup on the office system ... a RAID is called for.
365/2: 269. Jag, baby.
365/2: 268. This ‘face’ makes me laugh out loud every time I see it in Lightroom ...
365/2: 267. All ‘Tucker’-ed out for the evening.
Santa Fe Concorso weekend starts today for me.
I may even be late with my 365’s. At worst, I’ll catch up on Monday. Wish me luck! There’s a 40 percent chance of storms (with small hail) that could really bollix things up on Sunday.
365/2: 266 ... rainbow over Sangres.
Archaeology News Network: New dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in Alberta.
“The horns on the back of the skull are thick and curve downwards, and the snout has a mixture of flat and bumpy scales—an unusual feature for an ankylosaurid.” No doubt the snout was caused by the enormous amounts of prehistoric green chile eaten ... (joking, just joking) ...
OneHeadlightInk: Holy Batman v Superman, New Mexico!
We’re Africa this time around.
365/2: 265. “Not a Bomb.”
Trying the new 16-35 F/4 IS this year.
My brief tests show it’s damned sharp. Excited. The extra 2.8 of the non-IS version doesn’t buy you much in a wide angle.
Shooting Santa Fe Concorso again this year.
Checking over all my equipment - time will be at a premium. Links when I can.
365/2: 264. Limn.
365/2: 263 ... BEAMS.
Saw these just off the end off the driveway. Sun through light rain.
A Continuous Lean.: The Escape Artist/Dennis Hopper in Taos.
At some point, I’ll take a drive up and pay my respects.
365/2: 262. Cool and crisp up in the Sangres.
The aspens are turning in patches at the highest elevations (10k here).
Just watching the sunflowers wave in the wind as the sun goes down ...
365/2: 260. Car show on the Plaza tonight.
Still importing from the CF card. If I like some of the others, I’ll add ‘em here later.
Busy morn. Links in afternoon.
Lots on the plate. Tootle along elsewhere for now.
365/2: 259. Odile ain’t doing much yet.
‘Course when I dare Nature, she comes back and pounds me to death. We’ll see tomorrow.
Later: For Throwback Thursday, from the ‘80’s.
Hollywood Reporter: Were ‘Longmire’ Viewers Too Long in the Tooth to Matter?
“Every second and a half an American turns 50, which means that in a very short time, we will be the largest demographic in the country — and with our longer life spans, we’re not going anywhere. It also just so happens that 50-plus-ers account for of 75% of disposable income in America.”
SF New Mexican: LANL’s burst barrel has sister drum at WIPP.
Veritable time-bomb. My concern includes cousins still at LANL, sitting outdoors in canvas tents.