As one is out shooting with ones digital camera that holds 9,000 photos at once I think it’s fairly important to remember that we’ve come a long way since the ‘Modern Miracle Transistor’.
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So true! 🙂
It didn’t take long, either – which almost begs the question of what cameras will be like in 45 (or 20) years.
Hi Rob, I have an elementary question – from your web site, how do I get
to IN MEMORY- Chris’ pictures? I know I can go back to the inbox and click
on the address that Laura sent, but is there a way from your website?
Thanks for the help!
I really enjoyed the expressions from the swim meet. They were perfect!
Somewhere when Izzy was tired you made the comment that swim meets
weren’t alot about swimming. Amen to that. I was a swimmer for many
years, and the meets were boring, except for your personal moment
in the spot light. And that event had to be wonderfully good to carry
the enthusiasm to the next meet! Just like the Army – hurry up and wait!
I don’t have a link from here to the Chris photo website. I figure that’s for you and the family to look at so I don’t advertise it to the public at large. The link from Laura’s email really is the best bet.
And thanks; I’m glad you enjoyed the last batch of pics. 🙂
Hmm is anyone else having problems with the images on this blog loading?
I’m trying to determine if its a problem on my end or if it’s
the blog. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Hrm. Any page specifically? Or are you just a spambot?
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