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Isabella's Gift Fundraiser

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Crossing the Tracks

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Mandalorian Mercinary

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Old cars in the 'hood

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This week's iPhone-tography

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Standing Bones

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test

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Ready For Action

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Bejeweled Blades

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The Boy's Viper-ish Lego Creation

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I haven't photographed my son's Lego creations since he was using
Duplos. Today, he reminded me just how well he can design things out
of these versatile building block. This particular ship calls to mind the Vipers in Battlestar Galactica!













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Sunflowers on the Prado

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Blacks Sunset

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About

Posted by E'l Roy Thursday, August 20, 2009 at 12:23 AM
My name is Emil, and I like to take pictures.

I started with a completely manual 35mm film (remember that stuff?) camera. When the cost of processing and developing became too much for me, I had to put the camera away. It wasn't until a couple years later that I got my first digital camera--a chunky point-and-shoot that saw a lot of use. A year or so after that, I upgraded to a slimmer, higher MP point-and-shoot. That camera saw even more action, but by this time, I was really missing the manual control I had with a SLR.

Now I shoot with a solid, (once) top-of-the-line dSLR, and I absolutely love it.

A funny thing happened, though, a few months ago, when I broke down and finally got an iPhone. Not counting the high-speed shutter on my dSLR, I have been taking more photos with my iPhone in the last 90 days than with my main camera.

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