Years ago I hung up my cameras because I couldn't make a living doing what I loved and didn't love what I had to do to make a living! That was almost 30 years ago.

In the Spring of 2004 I bought a Fuji S7000 digital camera to test the waters and see if, once again, I could do what I loved without the expense of processing the photos. While the S7000 was not the best camera on the market I was satisfied with the results. I was having fun!

In the Spring of 2009, just before the Italy trip, I upgraded to a Nikon D90. A superb piece of equipment for the serious amature. I've got the 18/55 lens and it has served me well under most conditions. In 2011 I added the 70-300 Nikor zoom and have been having a ball.

Then, just this year (2016), I sold the D90 and bought a D750 with the 24-120mm zoom. The 70-300 is still around and I'll be getting the Sigma 105mm Macro soon. There are good things to come so stay tuned.

One last note....

I've been putting some of my photos on Panoramio®. If you'd like to see where some of my photos were taken just click here and they'll all be available to you.


"Looking At, Looking At Greece"
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Florida & Epcot Center
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The Portals of Chios
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Chios & Lesvos
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Grecian Images
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The Big Easy
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The Highlands of Scotland
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Sofia, Bulgaria & The Black Sea
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The Isle of Crete
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North Eastern Italy
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A Rainy Vienna, Austria
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Bratislava: A work in progress
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The Isle of Samos
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Ancient Heraion
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The Isle of Patmos & More
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Ancient Ephesus
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The Isle of Skyros
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Istanbul, Turkey
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The Isle of Kefalonia
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The Isle of Thassos
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Ireland 2015
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