My brother-in-law sent me an old tattered image of his great-grandfather and his family.  He asked if it were possible to restore it and so I took it to task.  It did take some time to put his great-grandmothers chin back on and patch all the missing areas where the paper had worn.  But, the result was much better than I imagined.Read More →

Make sure to do ample research before you book your holiday destination. Don’t rely on their website or pictures. We thought we would be at the far end of hotel strip in Cancun. We are at a little quiet resort on Pok-Ta-Pok  Ave which is roughly a 20 minute taxi. This picture is at the Westin. Wish I were there. But in defense of our little resort… The room is nice. Pool is clean. Everything is very clean. The staff is friendly. And the F&B prices very reasonable. Coral Mar is perfect for a quiet get away. It all depends on what you are lookingRead More →

The Rush of Humanity:   We are like ants streaming forth from the proverbial piles searching for the known, unknown, youth and droll. We take to the streets and beaches reaching for miles following patterns in an ant-like rush to reach our goal. Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge – HumanityRead More →

Now seemed to be the perfect time to share this group of pictures taken of a young couple walking along the beach boardwalk in the port city of Chania on the Island of Crete in Greece. It was just like they were dancing a waltz as I watched him twirl her to put his arm around her shoulder. What a joy to see Summer Lovin’ represented with this two young people. Lightroom & Photoshop remarks for Stacy’s ABFriday settings on Visual Venturing: Nikon D60 with Nikor DX 18-55mm lens 3.5-5.6 Original 3872×2592 cropped to 3335×2488 then down to 1500×1150(approx.) In Lightroom shadow saturation increased, black clipping increased 7, vibrance +10,Read More →