Some weeks back, during the #PolarWalk at the Dallas Zoo, I broke the frame picker arm on the Diana Mini. I was able to fix it, but had some problems getting the winder back on and winding properly,* and so once I got it back together, I shoved a roll in as quickly as possible […]
All praise and thanks be to God, I’ve gotten involved with the Dallas Photo Walk group (not to be confused with the Dallas Photo Walk MeetUp Group). After some months interacting over Twitter and being too busy to get in on some walks, I finally had a chance to attend this year’s #Polarwalk at the Dallas […]
…with the Hanabibti (and Tania, not pictured,) at the Trinity River Audubon Center.
Better late than never, InshaAllah. About a year ago, the Islamic Center of Irving hired a new outreach director, and one of his first acts was to start up a class to teach converts and reverts about their religion. We meet every Sunday at 4 upstairs in the old part of the Islamic School of […]
In a desperate attempt to finish off the roll of Fuji Superia XTRA 400 that had been wound up in it for almost a month, and because I quite enjoy shooting with it, I took the LC-A along on one of my #lunchbreak photowalks last week. I muddied my shoes up a good bit and […]
A couple of weeks ago, my newish boss realized that almost the entire office was not following the Lunch Break policy, and so mandated that we all take lunch breaks. I found it interesting that none of my previous 5 bosses chose to enforce the mandated lunch breaks, but decided to treat it as an […]
Yesterday midmorning found me in the West End for the 2015 edition of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk. This year, I joined a group led by Brian Anderson, with special guest Ted Forbes* of The Art of Photography podcast/youtube fame. I’ve been watching Ted’s podcast for many years, now, so for me it was sorta like […]