Monthly Archives: December 2016
To everyone who reads these posts, I wish you the best in the coming year. May it be filled with fruitful writing and may all of us come together in peace.
While I still want to be busy writing, the year 2017 promises to be the year of the photograph. Although my photos have been publishable, I do want to get better. That applies especially to macro photographs, something I know … Continue reading
I discovered yesterday that Google was returning results from all years by default. I changed that so Google will return results no more than a year old. Use this trick with caution if you are doing deep research. 1. Search … Continue reading
A camera of my youth died today and I am sad. One of my Dad’s cameras, the little Olympus Pen F was something I borrowed from time to time to capture moments of my late teens and early 20’s. I … Continue reading
Just completed another article for Rock&Gem Magazine (internal link). With luck they will accept it, like they have my three other articles. This was a difficult piece because my rough draft ran over 4,500 words and the magazine’s limit was 3,000. … Continue reading
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was on TV tonight. Beautiful and brooding. I’d like to write a screenplay someday but I am unsure how to proceed. I’m daunted by an unknown, highly structured format. I’m told software exists to make the process … Continue reading