Thursday, January 19, 2006

Cold Winter Evening

It has snowed the past couple of days here in Juneau and with the threat of rain tomorrow, I thought I should try to take a picture before it all washed away.

9 Comments:

At January 20, 2006, Blogger Ginnie said...

What a great, mystical shot, Nick. When does Heather come back, btw? Are she and Margaret away at the same time/place? Inquiring minds.

And I hope you don't stop taking photos once she/they come back :)

 
At January 20, 2006, Blogger nick.n said...

Heather is at a Search and Rescue (SAR) school for the next week or so, learning how to direct SAR cases. I have no idea where Margaret is, but she's not with Heather. As for me still posting, that will be mostly up to Heather. This IS her blog. I'm just keeping it viable while she's away.

 
At January 21, 2006, Blogger Gustav Jensen said...

Very beautiful.

 
At January 21, 2006, Blogger nick.n said...

Thanks Gustav. I liked your old boat picture from today.

 
At January 23, 2006, Blogger Ginnie said...

If Heather comes back and takes this blog over, may I suggest that you start your own? Then you both can do your own thing :)

 
At January 23, 2006, Blogger nick.n said...

Unfortunately Ginnie, there's only one good camera. My little Sony cybershot is good for snapshop kind of stuff, but will only rarely take pictures as good as Heather's D70. It's less about the pixel count and more about the flexibility the SLR lenses give you.

 
At January 24, 2006, Blogger Ginnie said...

Hmmm. And why does only one good camera stop you? Or does she get possessive of it (like I do mine) when you both are together! I don't suppose it would be easy to remember who shot what on the same camera.

Anyway, sounds like you should start a wishlist for your birthday or next Christmas :) I obviously see your talent and your apparent delight in blogging.

 
At January 25, 2006, Blogger nick.n said...

Oh Ginnie. She's very generous, but like you mentioned it's hard to know who took what if we handed the camera back and forth. And truthfully, photography is her hobby (hopefully a job in the future) and my hobby is shooting guns. We both participate in each other's hobby, but we each have our preference. So there's no way a camera will trump a new 1911 or M-14, besides the fact that the camera costs less. Our hobbies have high entry costs and lower recurring costs - if you want to do well. Perhaps before Heather comes back I'll do a little gun blogging. :)

 
At January 26, 2006, Blogger Ginnie said...

Well, okay, since you put it that way :)

 

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