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Digging up the past

In a good way. I’ve been wanting a slide duplicator for some time now. I’ve got a lot of slides from college as well as a lot of family slides that I want to digitize. I picked up a Pentax Bellows M with Slide Duplicator off of eBay for a damn good price. Below is […]

July 17, 2013 | Photography | Comments Off on Digging up the past

Point Reyes

I think that I’ve found my favorite isolated place in California. We’ve made a couple of trips out there lately and despite it almost always being foggy and cold its a wonderfully serene place. Most folks seem to head out to the lighthouse and then leave without exploring the beaches and cliffs. This means that […]

July 7, 2013 | Photography, Travel | Comments Off on Point Reyes

Art at Stanford

The wife and I decided to take a trip down to Stanford last weekend to check out the Rodin Garden at the Cantor Arts Center on the Stanford campus. Now, I know that I went to a small school. My graduating class was measured in the hundreds. But, holy shit, the Stanford campus is huge […]

January 24, 2013 | Life, Photography | Comments Off on Art at Stanford

A Winters Day at the Beach with the Fuji X-E1

The wife and I decided to take the mutts for a walk on the beach this past weekend. We expected cold and dreary weather but were pleasantly greeted by partly cloudy skies and quite warm temperatures when the sun was out. All in all a good day to play with the new Fuji X-E1. In […]

January 9, 2013 | Photography | 1 comment