This video clip is about an hour long. If you really want to improve your photographic skills, then it is worth watching. Advertisements
We just got back from a family reunion down near Birmingham, Alabama. While there, naturally I took a boatload of pictures. This first link is to the general ‘pretty’ pictures from the more than 680 shots. http://mentilucent.net/AlabamaPretty/AlabamaPretty.html This next link will be of interest to industrial archaeologists and others who enjoy heavy industry. http://mentilucent.net/SlossMill/SlossMill.html
We visited the Paw Paw Tunnel on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park. I took more than 260 photos during the day. Here’s a couple of my favorites. I like the contrast between the solid sheets of shale and the soft beauty of the flowers. This is the obligatory east entrance photo of … More Paw Paw Road Trip
I just finished working up a gallery of still images and a short video from the National Narrow Gauge Convention. You can see them on this page. There will be more to come in the near future.
This past weekend, my wife and I attended the National Narrow Gauge Convention in Hickory, North Carolina. Over the next few posts, I’ll share some of the high points of this mini-vacation. Due to our mundane working schedules, we had to leave late Wednesday afternoon and return late Saturday night. Thus the Mini Vacation title. … More Mini Vacation for NNGC
The video clip on this link is of a 1/48th (O scale) diorama of a old narrow gauge logging rail road built in a swamp. If you love art in miniature, then you need to watch this short clip. http://youtu.be/-eAijwMvMak Geoff Nott is a master modeler and I only hope I can learn and apply … More Incredible Diorama
My wife and I enjoyed a road trip up to Charles Town and Shannodale West Virginia on Saturday. I had the honor of meeting Dr. Stan Dickinson, who researched and created an iron furnace exhibit for the Jefferson County Museum. Some of his notes on the furnace can be found on this Shannondale.org community site. … More Jefferson County Road Trip