How does one look back on a Year called 2020 without any irony? I don’t think it’s possible.

This time last year I fretted that I was not going get to 50 Posts for all of 2019. I never did …

Should I keep renewing this site?

Nobody actually asked this. Well, nobody but myself.


I ask myself what the point is of having a blog on a pretty regular basis. There are times when it seems like a pretty frivolous expenditure. Or there are times …

It Finally Arrived!

Awhile back I purchased a Razer Kishi Game Controller for my Google Pixel 4 XL. (CORRECTION: Google Pixel 2 XL) It seems like I’ve been waiting this entire Quarantine for it to arrive. Well, if finally came today and I …

Processing recent events

If you know me, you know I don’t get mad, I get quiet.

I listen. I process. I’m usually last to show up, but I’m rarely ever unprepared when I arrive.

And its not that I’m not emotional. It’s just …

Home for a bit

As usual, I’m late to the (staying at home) party.

Not that this is a party anyone wanted to have. But circumstances have finally come around for me to take a bit of paid time off. One (1) Work week, …

2019: Year in Review and Blog Status

It’s that time of the year again. Yet, at the moment, I’m honestly not feeling it. I’m looking at the back-end Admin of the blog in the last year and I’m realizing I need to put this down in the …

Late June Storm (Timelapse)

Song: “Seeger”
Artist: John Deley and the 41 Players
Source: YouTube Music Library

It’s been a little while since I’ve posted. But I heard it was going to be a stormy day today. And around here, there is always a …

Watching the Snow Roll in over Mt. Si

Great weather yesterday! Glad I thought to capture some of it!

What a rollercoaster it has been trying to get this posted. I don’t usually run my capture for so long! In fact, it ran so long that I ran …

My 1st Published Timelapse on my Nikon D5600

My favorite subject, in fading light.

Please enjoy the first Timelapse shot on my Nikon D5600 that I’m happy enough to share with everyone.

This will be the first in a series of experiments as I learn how to use …