Today has been about tending to my plants, many of them very unhappy as they have been mostly abandoned by my daughter over the past three weeks. There has been laundry, and laundry, and mail to go through, and laundry, and recycling to attend to, and plants to attend to, and mail (none of these are minor tasks when you have been away, they just keep going and going and going). But mainly, today has been about bringing all the photo albums up to date. There are photos through today, day 98, and I have been asked numerous times in recent weeks about reproducing photos for interested folks. So, first, catch up on the photos. There are the remainder of the photos for Day 91, half of them were up from a previous effort, then all the photos for days 92, 93, 94, 95 , 96, 97, and 98. Though the photos on the web are modified, they are less than a tenth of the original size of the 7 megapixel digital images we have captured and archived, the photos on the web give a good idea of the photo content and a reasonable idea of the quality. The quality improves when reproduced from the raw image, not the image you see on the web pages. You can get to the photos by going to https://www.utterfolly.com/photos.htm and ignore what the heading says about how up to date the photos are. Bringing the web pages current is next, along with more laundry, housework, resumes, cover letters, working on the book, straightening out mail and bills and finances and, and, and......... But back to the photos. I can reproduce a photo to any size, traditional or odd size, I can mat them and frame them or send them as unframed photos. I suppose I will formalize this at some point, but in the mean time, for those that don't know, Peter and I have had a number of photo exhibits over the years, produced a line of photo note cards for a couple of years, and have experience producing gyclee' prints and gallery prints for those of you that might be interested. At the moment, I don't have the initiative to formalize all of this, but if you like something, email me.
I can't say, SEE YOU ON THE ROAD any longer, :-(
Sending love and light and joy your way,