Wild Turkey strutting the sidewalk

Wild Turkey strutting the sidewalk

We arrived in down town Eugene and were headed to our destination near Skinner Butte when I saw them. A small flock of Wild Turkey were strutting on the sidewalk of Pearl Street.  I drove past but, after dropping Susan and our grandaughter off, returned to see what...
San Miguel Birds – again

San Miguel Birds – again

The birds of San Miguel de Allende were a highlight of our trip in 2019. I had brought our big lens, a 500mmf4, and wandered the canal and the botanico with it. I ended up getting quite a few images that I very mcuh enjoyed. This trip was more family focused and,...
Looking back at 2022

Looking back at 2022

I generally don’t share of lot of my personal life and events on this site or my photography social media sites. I also am not one, usually, to do the anual “year in review” that many people do either in December or January. In this post, however, I...
Learning to see

Learning to see

My wife, Susan Dimock, often says that photography opened her eyes up to things she previously did not see. This it true for many of us. Our use of a camera brings about a focus that helps to clarify the world and form it into potential images, We start to take into...

Harlequin on Hood

Recently, Susan and I headed up to Tollgate Campground to do a little playing around with our new Uderwater housing. Our goal for the trip was just to learn a bit about how the housing functions and what we can do with it. So, most of our time was spent down at the...
Looking within to find gold

Looking within to find gold

Susan and I were returning to a beach with the specific objective of photographing the sensuous undulating rocks we knew were there. It wwas early and I walked past our objective to see what else was around. Before me was a open sandy beach ending in golden sandstone...
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