June 2020 has come and gone. It’s time to discuss my latest Photo of the Month, LM130, from my drive through the Laguna Mountains.
Since the pandemic began, I have severely cut back on my intra-County travel for photography. Even with life slowly opening up, I haven’t been out as much as usual. What follows is a roll-up of some recent experiences in our beautiful Laguna Mountains.
The pandemic continues. I can’t get out much. But I have a May 2020 Photo of the Month. LM118 is my selection.
My April Photo of the Month is SNT43, taken under the Highway 52 Bridge over the San Diego River in Santee, California.
Since we are all staying at home, we all have the opportunity to do one thing we do not always get to. Go through our Lightroom catalogs and process old National Park Images.
It’s important that nothing in this post is meant for complaint.
Rather, I would like to take a moment to laugh at just how ridiculous and crazy our pandemic-ridden world has gotten.
So on that note, let’s talk going to the grocery store.
There are many things in the world. As a consequence, those many things must be ranked. Today, I bring you the definitive ranking of one of the most important food groups in the world, French Fries.
Right now, I am finishing up Arctic Dreams by Barry Lopez, an excellent book recommended by friend Joe. One of the chapters dealt with incredible detail on polar bears. It reminded me of the first time I read Moby Dick, which had an entire chapter on how Melville would classify whales.
I am making this blog post because I wanted to let everybody know that this weekend I am leaving San Diego for good.