I got so much done today. I finished the house cleaning. Tom and Diane popped in for a visit and we had denver omelettes for lunch followed by tea and shortbread. Was good to see them, if only for a couple of hours.
Later I raked the front leaves again. This time I put the mulched leaves on the woodland garden area. I clipped back some of the front perennials and the garden looks cleaner. We have been having a very nice autumn, with only a few nights with light frost. I hope the winter continues the same way.
Yesterday I spent a few hours looking back over my photos from a trip down the Oregon Coast and south, in February of 2006. I was shooting with my old Canon Powershot A50 in RAW mode. I have not really taken the time to look at these photos before because I could not easily see them. Now I can more easily take each one to the RAW converter in Photoshop. There are a few keepers. Its great fun playing in the RAW converter, too.
I have a few more photos of Dan's stuff to tweak for Bruce. I am loading them to a Megashot gallery. The day I was shooting was overcast and not very good for shooting. Ah well, I got snaps of the way it all really looks and I guess that is what they want to see. Used my dslr and the S3 IS. Was good practice for me.
Last week I picked up a little Sony DSC W560 for $128.00 at Walmart. This little camera does panoramas stitched in the camera. Dan and Irene got a Nikon last week end that does a 360 panorama... more money. Its going to be Irene's carry around camera. I have yet to get my Sony operating... have been too busy with other stuff ... and so it goes. 'tis the season!