THE FINAL PHOTOS OF JANUARY 2020 – Marilyn Armstrong

bushboys world: LAST PHOTO, JANUARY 2020 I use three cameras. The Panasonic Lumix DC-ZS80 (my traveling camera), and my Olympus OMD E-M5 Mark I and Olympus OMD E-M5 Mark  II. The I has a 25mm 1.8 lens on it (effectively 50mm) and the II has a Panasonic 100-300 on it which I use for shooting … Continue reading THE FINAL PHOTOS OF JANUARY 2020 – Marilyn Armstrong

JUST ONE DAM THING AFTER ANOTHER – Marilyn Armstrong

Someone asked me what was the busiest day I can remember over the last ten years. Last ten years? You're kidding, right? The asker was lacking enough decades. She didn't realize this was an impossible question. When you are 20, your memories are crisp and sharp and you know you will never forget them. Unless … Continue reading JUST ONE DAM THING AFTER ANOTHER – Marilyn Armstrong

A PEEK AT FALL THAT HAS ALREADY LEFT US — GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG

We didn't get more than a peek at the full autumn colors this year. It was late October by the time the leaves fully changed ... and within hours, the rain began to fall. It was heavier rain, lighter rain ... and finally, it ended in a crashing storm with high winds (I think they … Continue reading A PEEK AT FALL THAT HAS ALREADY LEFT US — GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG

BEFORE THE FALL

WordPress WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: WAITING We live in a region of rivers and dams. Back when this country was more a hope than a reality, this was the river where America's transition to industrialization began. According to the National Parks guide: "The Blackstone River Valley of Massachusetts and Rhode Island is the “Birthplace of the … Continue reading BEFORE THE FALL