Gallery Archives

  1. Augusta Photo Walk

    In the evening I went for a brief stroll along the river walk and down Broad street. I took a few photos. Then on my way back to the hotel I had to pull over to take a few shots of First Baptist Church against an awesome sky. That’s a big church. This post is…

  2. Portland Photo Walk

    I was in Portland (Oregon) this weekend for OwnerCamp. On Sunday I had an opportunity to mosey around a bit and take a few photos. All photos taken with a Panasonic GX-7 + 20mm prime lens. I’m still loving this kit and not missing my Canon DSLR.

  3. Dog Photos

    It’s been a while since I posted any dog photos. At 9 years old she’s starting to slow down a little, but still goes crazy for chasing the ball at the park and loves her walks. Seems like yesterday I was taking photos of her as a puppy.

  4. Weekend in the Mountains

    We had a great time up in the mountains this weekend: hanging out with friends and family sledding and inner-tubing breaking in my new snowboard (upgrading from a 2003 board – big upgrade!) yummy food and beverages I took some photos. I’m still loving the Panasonic Lumix GX-7. Most of these were taken with that…

  5. Late 9

    I was able to get in a late round of golf this weekend. The weather was perfect. We finished just as it got too dark to play.

  6. Rainbow iPhone Springboard

    Behold, all of my apps, organized (loosely) by color. I’ve been wanting to do this for a while, but never wanted to invest the time or have to put everything back. With iOS 7 around the corner (bringing new icon styles), now it seemed as good a time as any to have a little fun.…

  7. Share Icon – 6th Anniversary

    It was 6 years ago that I first floated the idea of a generic icon for sharing1 – I’m thrilled and amazing at how well this little icon has done. It’s great to see ShareThis going strong as well. Above are a few screenshots I’ve captured over the years of the share icon in action.…

  8. WordCamp Albuquerque 2012

    This past weekend I enjoyed my first trip to New Mexico to attend WordCamp Albuquerque. I’m not sure why it took me eight years after moving to Colorado to visit my neighboring state to the south, but WordCamp was a great excuse to get down for a visit. My thanks to the great folks in…