I was recently contacted by Derek Redmond, webmaster at The CJ3B Page, which contains the best collection of Jeep models I’ve ever seen, complete with great photos of those Jeeps at work in their native environments – usually military.
Derek wanted to post some of my Jeep photos from Ban Me Thuot, Vietnam, and I gave my blessing. You can see his new page Jeeps in Vietnam, 1963-1964 here.
Don’t miss the rest of his great collection at The CJ3B Page, though!
South Carolina, and the California Desert, February 2013. Photos with my new Sony RX-100. They say we can’t get more quality into a web image with more pixels. This camera sports a 20MP sensor. I’m very pleased with both image quality and color on my new camera. I find a noticeable image improvement over my older “compact point and shoots.” Thanks once again to Richard Wanderman for paving the way.
Alex says: “This unusual rose-colored lighting lasted about 2 minutes. The block wall background is actually gray; the pool patio, a light tan. The coloration came from the clouds in P1000368.” … Click image for larger file. Photo by Alex Forbes. Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX580. Also browse all images in Alex’s galleries. Most recent: Alex’s Gallery.
Alex says: “A portion of the monsoonal cloud which caused the unusual lighting in P1000465, at sunset. Panasonic Lumix FX-580.” … Click image for larger file. Photo by Alex Forbes. Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX580. Also browse all images in Alex’s galleries. Most recent: Alex’s Gallery.
I recently scanned part of an old family album. We’d vacationed in the East in 1959, spending a few days on a family island in Maine. Annotations are sparse. Many photos were lost over the years. These give you some idea of what it was like when a kid’s best dream came true in 1959. In Galleries.