Heavy Metal meets Christmas! While in Connecticut last week, I attended a concert by my favorite Christmas group, Trans Siberian. The auditorium at Mohegan Sun was alive with their sound. From the balcony I managed to get these few shots. . .
November / December, 2011 Monthly Challenge
Challenge Record – Twenty-one Nature Patterns!
Show Me the $$$$$$. . .
“The Night” was not a good showing as only seven of us took our cameras in the dark for the Challenge. Let’s see if anyone has a few extra greenbacks or some loose change to shoot. Times are tough but can you at least put in your “two cents?” Images must be shot between between November 1 and December 31, 2011.
“Looking Inside of My Loose Change Jug” – Joe
Steph’s “Yankee Swap Gift” – Quite generous of her!
“Spare Change” – Tom
“All In!” – Jim
“Elizabeth II” – Jac
“Changing Traditional Money” – Al
“Old Money!” – Dena
“Leaving Penny Behind!” – Carl
“Foreign ExCHANGE” – Pat
“Money Tree” – Greg
“Half Eagle” – Ron
“The Best Things in Life Are Free” – Diane
|My 1st camera was a Kodak Retina IIIc with
Fifty-four years of taking pictures. . .
It all began out of utter boredom. I was on temporary duty in Newfoundland, flush with money making
$222 a month! I was unable to drink it all up so I bought a good camera .
And the rest, as they say, is history .
I carried that camera and it’s replacement for the next 21 years behind the Iron Curtain, in combat over the Ho Chi Minh trail, and 48 countries along the way .
|Proudly serving our country!|
Stationed at Evreux AB, Normandy France – 1962 – 1964.
Supplied all United States’ interests from Norway in the north to
Kenya in the south, east to India, and all points in between .
Prime responsibility – keep the Berlin corridors open!
Back in the USA. . .
Tout est finis!