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Charleston Snapshots   Leave a comment

Charleston (August 11, 2021) — Snapshots by kenne
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Streets of Savannah   2 comments

Savannah Skyline as Seen from the Doubletree Hotel — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Savannah Street Snapshots As We Walked to Breakfast Near the City Market — Images by kenne
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Zion National Park Snapshots   Leave a comment

“It is not what we have that will make us a great nation; it is the way in which we use it.”

— Theodore Roosevelt

Zion National Park Snapshots
(Click on any of the tiled images for a larger view in a slideshow format.)

Images by kenne

“Life is a great adventure…accept it in such a spirit.”

— Theodore Roosevelt

Tucson 4th Avenue Street Fair Snapshots   Leave a comment

Folks sip margaritas and beer,
smoke babyback ribs, gorge themselves
on sweet corn and watermelon,
clamoring for the yearly fireworks show,
patriotic bombs bursting in air
to celebrate the unalienable rights
to send aliens back where they came from
and to treat everyone as an illegal
just for breathing the air of liberty
in the land of the free and home of the brave.
Storm clouds build on the mountains,
gusts whipping through the valley
shaking ancient saguaro to the roots.

Sonoran Monsoon Season by Audell Shelburne


Tucson 4th Avenue Street Fair Snapshots (December 13, 2014) Images by kenne


June Road Trip Snapshot Droppings   Leave a comment

June Road Trip Snapshot Droppings — iPhone Images by Joy and Kenne (Click on any of the tiled images to see a larger view in a slideshow format.)

In addion to taking many photos with my Nikon cameras during our June road trip, we took photos with our iPhones, which I just remembered. Here are a few iPhone “Camera Roll” images — each has some Photoshop editing.


Do You Like Your Smartphone To Facebook Photos?   Leave a comment

Kate Along the shore (1 of 1) blogOriginal Image of Kate in the Surf

Kate Caught In The Tide (1 of 1) blogFacebook Image

A few postings back, I posted the above photo, which I took off Facebook, of daughter Kate alone the Del Mar, California shore. I did a little Photoshop work on the photo, but wasn’t pleased — still I posted it because I like the captured image of Kate.

Later, I ask Kate if she could send me the original, which she did — much better, containing more pixels than the one I got off Facebook. I know Kate uses filters on many photos she shares on Facebook and she may have in this case — I didn’t ask.

It’s so easy to capture the moment, but often the user is thinking about sharing the moment rather than taking a quality photograph to share. Once a quality photo is captured, which Kate’s friend did, then you can use filters and third-party camera apps to share quality images you have captured.

At the end of the day, it is important to remember that whatever camera you may use to capture the moment, the best camera is always the one you have with you. So, think taking good photographs and not snapshots.


Snapshots Along I-70 In Colorado   5 comments

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 Snapshots Along I-70 In Colorado (June 13, 2014) — Image by kenne


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