Monthly Archives: November 2012

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…

…because I have a new snowblower.

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Judgement Day.

I was finally selected as a juror for a case – this after being called up several times in the past dozen years or so. This time I get to see more of the legal system than just the juror’s … Continue reading

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Starting out (in Color)

My nephew, Jared, and his new wife, Jill, look for the exit during their wedding last year. I used Apple’s Aperture 3 to turn the photo into B&W, and then paint the color in where it counted most.

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Phun with Photoshop

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It’s not always black & white.

….meaning, I’m not sure which photos might look cool in black & white. This one of Barrington Cove maybe? Does this do anything for anybody? Crickets.

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Pondering the Land Beyond

Martin and Dad try to get their bearings a few weeks ago during a visit to the Watch Hill Light House in Westerly.

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An Old Gas Station in Barrington

This is an old gas station in Barrington. That’s pretty much it. Enjoy.

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This little light of mine…

That’s Christy’s little buddy, Emme, in goal during second half action in the first indoor game of the season. It’s almost impossible to get good shots through the protective glass, but on this occasion I was able to find a … Continue reading

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There’s always next year (but this year was still awesome).

There’s always next year for a state championship, but it was this year that Eric impressed his coaches with a very good rookie season. The team took it on the nose last weekend with a 0-27 loss to Edgewood, which … Continue reading

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