Living With the Locals ...

Today’s Post by Ken MacAdams It was an Indian summer day; warm, sunny, and no excuses to be inside! The locals thought so also… What better way to rub shoulders with the locals, than to go where the locals go? Fengqing Park is a mile walk from our apartment, a nice leisurely stroll...

A Pink Flamingo

Today’s Post by Mildred Alpern The setting was an invitation to a lake beachfront on an exceptionally warm October day with a blue sky and tawny autumn colors marking the season. The beach was deserted except for a few playing children accompanied by a parent. The young were fun to...

Greetings from Baoji, C...

Today’s Post by Ken MacAdams Reclined in my seat, I spot a scrolling marquee at the front of the coach spelling out, in English, “Speed 250 km/h.” I’m flying low across China on one of their high speed trains. This network of high speed rail lines brings many of the far...

Mirrorless Q&A: Ab...

Today’s Post by Joe Farace One of the differences between these Q&A posts and the Staver/Farace podcasts is that Barry and I answer questions about photography from the readers of this blog, while many of the Mirrorless Q&A posts are about the blog itself. And so, I’ll make...

Wordless Wednesday #22:...

Today’s Post by Alan Deakins Equipment:  Panasonic Lumix GX80 Lens: Lumix G Vario 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 ASPH Lens Web Site:  www.alan-deakins.com A reminder: If you would like to have one of your images featured on Wordless Wednesday, please contact us via the CONTACT button above and...

Making a New Friend in ...

Today’s Post by Ken MacAdams It’s been seventeen years since I first visited China and Xi’an was one of the stops. Western tourism was just in its infancy but since then, there has been an incredible transformation within this nation, as China races to embrace modernity....