The Travel Blog: Improved

One thing that happened as I was reviewing and revising my travel blog was a genuine nostalgia for this little camera, one of the first digital cameras I ever owned, the Minolta DiMage 7i. It has a great lens, is lightweight, and I loved the colors I got with it. Time has relegated this lovely camera to the junk drawer, but I made many great images with it.
One thing that happened as I was reviewing and revising my travel blog was a genuine nostalgia for this little camera, one of the first digital cameras I ever owned, the Minolta DiMage 7i. It has a great lens, is lightweight, and I loved the colors I got with it. Time has relegated this lovely camera to the junk drawer, but I made many great images with it.

As some of you might have noticed, I have made significant efforts in recent weeks to update and improve the narratives on our travel blog.

One reason for this is that many of my earlier narratives were written as bullet points and notes, with not enough storytelling.

Another  reason for this effort was that I reviewed many of my images from our trips and concluded that I had shortchanged myself by not including enough of our many great images.

So far I have updated, rewritten and added to A New York Minute, Into the FireVillanueva, The Shooting Spree,  Sand AnimalsCaprock Canyons, ChihuahuaThe High Road, and Desert Cold, and The Confluence, with plans to continue updating more reports as time permits.

My goal for our travel blog is the same as my goals in my photojournalism: to tell a story. I hope my images convey a sense of what it was like to be there – hot, cold, bright, dark, grey or colorful, and always fun.

If you see me on the trail, this is what I will be doing, and having a great time doing it.
If you see me on the trail, this is what I will be doing, and having a great time doing it.
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