All good things must come to an end. On to greener pastures. :-)
Back on the streets.
The countdown continues!
It was original enough that it caught my attention. :-)
Admittedly, the subject in this photo has nothing to do with GPS equipment or tracking. But today’s experiment resulted in a major “win” for my future cataloging process. Although I have always wanted to tag each of my photos with GPS coordinates when captured, I have never had any interest in purchasing a special add-on …
Entering the city of Albuquerque.
Some call the building “historic”. Others call it “old”. But it still appears to be operational, either way.
I feel a John Hiatt song coming on.
My first attempt at HDR photography. Just to try something new.
People familiar with the stretch of I-25 between Albuquerque and Santa Fe will recognize this. A defunct outlet mall located at Budaghers, NM. Developers pumped a lot of money into this 90’s business venture, which ignored the basic tenets of “location, location, location”.
Into the valley.
Today, I celebrate reaching the halfway point for my photo-a-day project. I’ve taken at least one new photo every day for six months, which feels strangely satisfying. I am sure it will be smooth sailing from here, right?!?? And no, I don’t care to debate whether 365 divided by two is 180. :-)
At the Very Large Array near Magdalena, New Mexico.
On the outskirts of Albuquerque.
The fence line for Petroglyph National Monument on the west side of Albuquerque.
I thought this was an odd sign in the middle of a shopping-mall parking lot. To me, it wasn’t clear at all what “violations” were being referred to. About sixty seconds after taking this photo, though, a security guard came by and informed me that I was not allowed to take pictures on mall property. …