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When I wrote this post about my experience ordering from CanvasWorld, I promised I’d post a follow-up whether or not the problems with my canvas print got resolved and how things went. At the time of that post, I’d just … Continue reading
I’ve been lax in updating this blog with new photos for a while, but I promise, I will come back to it and start uploading soon! This post is about my first endeavor into having a photo printed on canvas … Continue reading
The American Museum of Natural History has a Butterfly Conservatory, which is basically a very large climate-controlled greenhouse full of plants and lights to maintain a habitable environment for the butterflies – with a temperature of around 90 degrees and … Continue reading
Here are some photos from my visit to the American Museum of Natural History in New York. As I was leaving the dinosaur exhibit, I learned that I’d entered at the end and exited through the entry. That made for … Continue reading
This is my latest calendar. I didn’t do one for 2010, mostly because of problems with my arm. I started learning Photoshop Elements for this calendar (version 8…now I already want version 9!). Although I still have a lot to … Continue reading
This was my third calendar, and I was still using Paint Shop Pro (I had Photoshop Elements 2, but assumed it would be as big of a pain with as few resources online as PSP so I never even delved … Continue reading
This is my second calendar. I was still using Paint Shop Pro, having learned…a little more, I guess, I can’t really remember. But I do remember the process feeling a bit more rewarding and being a bit less tortuous!
This is the first calendar I created…I worked on it in 2006 using Paint Shop Pro. Not only has affordable photo editing software come a long way in 4 years, but to be honest I would start falling asleep every … Continue reading
Daemon in the winter light.
Batman (my cat, the feline superhero, not Bruce Wayne’s alter-ego) in his first Halloween card. His eyes are huge and owl-like, and they’re yellow like this in bright sunlight; green in dimmer or indoor lighting.