Photography

Productive!

12 August, 2012 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeParkviewPhotography

The last couple weeks I’ve gotten a lot of stuff done — doing projects one after another, checking off house chore lists, and tonight I reached the rare goal of an empty Outlook inbox.  However, I had to cancel a service day for Earth 2 Mouth because I didn’t get around to coordinating it early […]

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2010 Recap

1 January, 2011 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & PersonalParkviewPhotography

The big event this year in my life was the passing of LadyBug.  It hit me a lot harder than I would have imagined, and still does.  I did a lot more writing this year, almost all blogging based on Facebook discussions, which I spent quite a bit of time on.  As written earlier, I […]

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Sakar Digital Concepts 89379Z

27 November, 2006 Ken Photography

I had Merry pick up this camera for me at BigLots for about $40. It was 3.1 megapixel, no frills, but I should have known. It had a nice screen, some decent options, and took decent video, but as a camera, it just sucked. It didn’t come with a card, only internal memory, and no […]

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Personal Favorites

20 October, 2004 Ken Photography

Here are some miscellaneous photos I took over the years that may not be particularly artistic shots, but I really like them. This first one was taken in 2000 with my first digital camera (Agfa ePhoto) in Dunkirk, New York. I love that pier, at the end of Central Avenue, and I snuck a shot […]

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Olympus Camedia C-211 Zoom

2 October, 2004 Ken Photography

I bought this camera at OfficeMax for under $200, including 64 Mb SmartMedia Card (came with an 8 Mb) and batteries. It was basically a discontinued (and discounted) item, and the last one in the store. Its “resolution maxes out at 1600×1200 pixels (in SHQ, HQ, or SHQ-TIFF mode) off a 2.11-megapixel CCD” with a […]

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Cityscapes

2 October, 2004 Ken Photography

AGFA ePhoto 780Photos slightly blurred at full size. The first two were taken in downtown Buffalo, NY, starting with a rear view of city hall from the fountains of Adam's Mark Hotel (previously the Buffalo Hilton).

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Buffalo Twilight

18 September, 2004 Ken Photography

Twilight in Western New York I always say we don’t get much around here as far as sunsets, but we get the most amazing twilights anywhere. IF you’ve seen some amazing colors in the sky in Hawaii, or Alaska, or out in the deset – YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND. We have amazing twilights ALL YEAR ROUND. […]

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Wallpapers

29 August, 2004 Ken Photography

At the Native Offerings Farm website, I just put up a bunch a photos, mostly mine, as computer desktop wallpapers. For now, they are on the “downloads” page, but may move to somewhere else on the site later. There's sunflowers, farm scenery, etc. … Enjoy!

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Erie County Fair – August 2004

26 August, 2004 Ken Photography

The last month or so, I've started to have trouble with the auto-focus on my camera, an Olympus C-211 ZOOM. It's sort of hit-and-miss. Anyway, I discovered I LIKE new tractors as well as old ones. And as long as it isn't John-Freakin-Deere Green, I don't mind the color not being red. But first, at […]

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Artsy Mood – The Neighborhood

26 August, 2004 Ken Photography

It was a somewhat dreary day when I took these photos. I saw the pizza box when I walked the dog, then came back for my camera. The image really made a statement. I honestly don't know WHAT statement that is, but it's open to multiple interpretations. That's why it's art, right? Anyway, they were […]

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