I think I am going to go through old photos tomorrow, if I have time.  I really enjoy going through my old stuff.  I think I have some where in the neighborhood of 40,000 (of course that is a ballpark figure) images.  It is neat looking back over the different techniques I have learned and how it has shaped my photographic vision.

I had so much fun in Washington D.C. and especially at the Udvar-Hazy center.  How many places can you go where yo can see a full space shuttle, SR-71 Blackbird, Concord, the Enola Gay and hundreds of other airplanes.  I did not have enough time and was running all over the place to take in all that I wanted to see.  Next time, I am going to take a day to just look and plan a photographic trip, then the next day I will execute the plan, which will immediately proceed to fall apart at first contact.

All of the photos I managed to take here were off-hand.  Talk about a challenge.


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3 Responses to The Blackbird

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