Thursday, July 2, 2015
Like I said yesterday, scrolling through the few pictures available on my iPad. I was surprised to see movement in ones I had never done more than snap a digital picture and upload to.
I can't see many of them at a time, only one every few days even though in my iPad library I have thousands so that isn't where these are pulling from, and these are all very old. Like this snowy 1 here today is 22 years ago on the day I brought home my oldest from the hospital
So these are fun, and I don't know how to create them or access them very well, because once I tap one, the whole upload box moves and the pictures stop scrolling within it. So somehow, in my iPad, u tap upload here on the blog, pick from my phone, and end up seeing about five choices, two or more with lights or snow.
If you know more than me, easy to do in this case, let me know.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
This week, we have had foggy mornings and overcast afternoons and maybe some sun in the evening. Our highs have been warm to me, but forty to sixty degrees cooler than our inland neighbors only a forty five minute drive away. With the 4th coming up, I think I am staying right here.
Um this is really cool, but really trippy. I am trying to blog in my iPad because my desktop broke. And when I tried to scroll through my pictures to add from the iPad, the "from my phone" option had this. I took this picture of my son, with my film camera I about 2002, and later shot a copy of it with my digital camera. I did not, have a video, and it wasn't actually snowing in the original.How did my regular still picture turn into a Harry Potter moving picture?
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Thursday, May 14, 2015
Here I am, 2 months since my last post on either of my blogs. I could not really explain how those two months passed so quickly. I need to apologize to the few of you who read my posts and had learned to look for it at least monthly.
Friday, March 13, 2015
Two years ago, I posted about the recovery efforts in out harbor on the second anniversary of the Tsunami that first attacked Japan and then destroyed our harbor and left one person dead here after being swept out to sea, and another dead just North of here in the Brookings, Oregon Harbor from a heart attack as the Tsunami swirled into the harbor there.
|adding the signage to tell people the harbor has more than crab boats here|
|now when the water rises, so will the docks|
|a picture from the information signs here now|
|and just after|
|from 1930 when there was only a bay and a couple piers|
|from the viewing deck this year|
|just south of the harbor|
|and that lighthouse has withstood not only this Tsunami and the Monster of March 28, 1964 but the thirty or more small ones that come through unremarked|
|last spring when the Tall Ships passed through|
|a couple years ago, after dredging the boat basin|
|the big equipment we've had in and out saved the harbor|
|much more work needed done a couple years ago|