It’s all dandy #iphoneography

I’ve been freaking out the past few days because the external hard drive with all of my pictures on it got knocked off a table and broken. I’ve sent it off to try to have the data extracted. Meanwhile, I’m in a panic and trying to justify to myself the purchase of a new $2500 […]

So many toys, so little time

So many toys, so little time, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald. I got the evil eye whenever I got my camera out tonight, but she didn’t pay any attention to my phone. The phone has never used that nasty flash in her face before, though, so I can pretty much understand.

Cranes for Hope 78-82 #papercrane #photography

See my paper crane project on Flickr. I began this as a tribute to Japan in the aftermath of the earthquakes there. I continue it as a prayer for those suffering the devastation of natural disaster around the world. 78 79 80 81 82

It’s Hot

It’s Hot, originally uploaded by Sharon Gerald. I have a new Flickr app on my phone. I’m just testing it out to see how well I like sharing IPhone photos via Flickr. I’m also checking whether I have it set up right to automatically post to my blog. Here goes…

The Best Camera

I’m not going to count this book as part of my reading challenge. It doesn’t have enough words in it for that. It’s mostly photos. I would like to respond to it, though. Chase Jarvis has a good gig going with the Best Camera book. He’s a professional photographer, and a pretty well known one, […]

Hi Ho Cheerio #photoaday #project365

149 of 365. Our Daily Challenge — Bumpy. I might be off to a bumpy start today, but at least I’m getting my essential fortified vitamins. Cheers for Cheerios.

The Hangman’s Daughter by Oliver Pötzsch

36 of 52 in my 2011 book blogging challenge. The Hangman’s Daughter is a mystery set in 17th century Bavaria. Oliver Pötzsch is a German filmmaker who happens to be a direct descendant of a line of hangmen. He began his research on the topic as family research and turned it into this novel that […]