On a recent visit to the Greenville County Library, I picked a copy of the Greenville County Historic Sites Driving Tour, which is published by the Library. I finally got around to looking through it, and saw that there was a companion website which contains all of the information and photos from the printed version, … Read More “Historic Driving Tour of Greenville” »
This was just one example of the obstacles for our Memorial Day Disc Golf Round at Holmes Park. Not only was there a volleyball net stretching across the fifth fairway, but the ninth basket was completely missing, having been removed to make way for new playground equipment. Either have a disc golf course, or … Read More “What’s wrong with this picture?” »
Heard over the intercom… Assistance needed in the blind cutting area, Assistance needed in the blind cutting area. How nice! Lowes provides a special cutting area just for blind people.
In all my ranting about pedestrians, I forgot to post my reason for being out and about yesterday. The early morning light was quite nice. I first stopped by the historic Springwood Cemetery downtown and got a few shots. Next, I headed on over to Falls Park to see if I could get the silky … Read More “Silky Water” »
This morning I got up very early to catch the soft morning light. As I was driving along Wade Hampton Blvd, I noticed several people walking. In most cities, this would be no big deal. But this is Greenville. One does not walk unless one has no access to a car. I automatically began to … Read More “Walkers” »
Despite some threatening clouds in our area, we decided to take the convertible up through Pisgah National Forest and onto the Blue Ridge Parkway. The roads were a bit crowded, as one might expect for a holiday weekend, but the weather held off and we had a nice drive. I battled the crowds at Looking … Read More “Parkway” »
Another one of my photos was selected for the Nikon Stunning Gallery. It’s tucked inside, so you have to click the "More" button at the top.
"It must be Thursday. I never could get the hang of Thursday’s." In memory of Douglas Adams, participants are requested to carry a towel with them all day.
I was checking e-mail on my Blackberry and typing with my thumbs, when Laura relayed and observation made by our friends, John & Sandy. They have two kids (pictured above) who are true digital natives. Sandy noticed that the kids tend to do everything with their thumbs as opposed to their index fingers. Pressing … Read More “Digital Natives – Thumb Evolution” »
I should be teaching. That realization hit me like a ton of bricks during dinner this evening. It seems that every time I learn something new, I immediately try to figure out some way to teach it. Take for example my recent discovery about SLR vs DSLR lenses – my first thought was to post … Read More “Teaching” »