This is a picture taken today just outside my little town.
The mandatory Catholic church dominates the town and is ALWAYS the highest structure in any small country town.
This is the main crossroad in town and we have no traffic lights at all and darn few stop signs.
People jaywalk regularly and nobody tries to run them down.
We don’t have what the big cities have but we have each other and the we respect our community.
I’m sure, like small towns in the country across North America…..every second vehicle is a pickup….mine’s a Chev.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Don’t let his cute looks and pretty smile fool you. He’d have you for breakfast and not lose a wink of sleep.
You can see by the look in his eye that PERHAPS I was getting a little too close for his comfort and he was letting me know.
These are buffalo raised by a farm just 2 minutes out of town so you see I didn’t have to go very far for critter pictures……now a SKYSCRAPER….that’s different!
Obviously it’s molting season up here with temperatures well into the 80′s and I imagine they feel more comfortable with their warm coat off.
I’ll get some pictures when winter shows signs of arriving….again, and they’ll have on their winter woollies big-time!
This picture was taken……hmmm….MANY moons ago.
My best friend…( still is ) and his then girlfriend on his ALMOST new Triumph Tiger Cub……that should be a ‘vintage’ hint
We thought we were hot stuff.
Colorized and improved to the best of my current ability I present it here.
When I have a day off I’m going to send him a copy…..just because!
WOW….memories of my past.
P.S. He hasn’t seen this picture in MANY years!!
I took this tonight on the way home from work.
I’m lucky enough to work down a lightly traveled semi-tarred road so I take my quad both ways and usually have my camera around my neck….just in case.
MY quad is the one at the bottom right of every page….the one that ISN’T stuck in the bog…..LOL.
I’m the ‘puller’…not the ‘pullee’.
It may not be perfect but it’s my first posted pano since I acquired the software.
I like it slightly better than what comes with E 8 but it’s all very personal.
This was taken the other evening from the door of our tiny 14 foot 44 year old camper.
We are alone on the lake save 1 other local that and will be there most of the summer.
It’s public land but not that well known….lucky for us!
We go down when we have a day off and fish or relax.
Lots of fun.
P.S. For anyone wanting to try a panorama it’s easy and this software is free.
It’s called Hugin Panorama Stitcher.