New Photos — Old Photos — More Photos

A lost Exit78 post , recovered from Internet Archive WayBackMachine; July 2011
reflection in a blue background

I’ve taken a lot of pictures this year. Having a good digital SLR makes it so very easy — almost too easy.

Unfortunately, it has also caused a few problems. I ran out of room on my 80 gigabyte hard drive. I’ve been spending a lot of time working with the images in my photo editor. Some of my better images were lost when I was copying files over to DVD.

While I’ve got a long ways to go, I’m starting to get a handle on it.

For yesterday’s image on my photo blog I reached back to one of my earlier images from this year — taken at Bona Dea Trails, a Corps of Engineer park not too far away from here, on February 4th.

I plan to integrate some new photos in the photo blog with some of those taken earlier this year, or even those from other years, possibly even some that were taken with my old film camera.


November 2, 2007

teeni @ 9:51 am

I’m glad you have a good camera because I love looking at your photos. That stinks about running out of space though. Your “reflection” photo is really pretty. It was hard for me to tell where the real plant ended and the reflection began, even when I blew the picture up to size. Lovely. :)

November 6, 2007

Opal Tribble @ 6:36 am

I would invest in an external hard drive. That’s what I did for my photos and video editing in doing so I’m not slowing down the the other operations since it has it’s own dedicated drive although to be honest I didn’t notice it too much before but I do like having them all in one location.


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