And proceeding to the one before that, your next most recent out-of-town stay, and so on back.
|Yosemite National Park|
If it involves climbing a mountain, that qualifies. For sure.
|Lassen Volcanic National Park (and Mt Shasta)|
Or celestial events.
Mostly, of course, it's your standard issue vacation activities. Easy to spot in the wild.
|Kirkwood Ski Resort, California|
|Grand Canyon National Park|
|Bryce Canyon, Utah|
|Los Barriles, Mexico|
|Yosemite yet again, this time Clouds' Rest|
|Wow, I go to Yosemite a lot, don't I|
|Napa, where the summer nights are so incredible|
|Mt Nebo State Park, Arkansas|
|Death Valley, California|
|Moro Bay, California|
|Yosemite, backpacking the high country|
The pictures get worse from here, now that we're going back to the early days of digital photography.
|Big Sur, California|
|Las Vegas, Nevada (Roger Waters concert)|
|Lake Shasta, California|
|The Spanish Pyrennes|
|Galway, Ireland at my favorite fish and chip shop|
|Munich, Germany the week before Christmas|
|Somewhere in the Nevada desert|
Any further back and we're talking about film cameras. Those scanned prints are not as sharp, but still I like to think I got some pretty good shots now and then.
Especially with that Nikon Pronea, APS film, small format SLR, I loved that little camera.
|Somewhere elsein the Nevada desert|
|Lifting a pint somewhere in Ireland|
And that's it. Maybe I missed some, maybe there's more in a box somewhere, and there were times when I didn't take any pictures at all.. But the process of going through the photographs of a life, and if you had to choose... It's an interesting exercise, nothing more. It stirs up some memories, it inspires some sharing, moments of friendship when you see each other and say look at this, remember us? That time we were?