Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Like your shots of the river (the old bridge supports). CH
Wow . . . your pain & misery must have fed your art . . . these are outstanding images!
K -- And they were all taken with the fabulous Nikon 14-24 mm! I know, drool drool. However, pain and misery are my fortune after the hike-- I feel crippled for life. Time for a glass of wine and an ice pack. Thanks for commenting.
You big jerk! You just gotta rub in the whole 14-24 thing, don't you? (Just for that you get no more sympathy from me!)
If you still give me a little sympathy I'll let you touch the lens when we meet this spring. Deal?
Well you must be running a high fever, because you're obviously delusional (burn, baby, burn . . . heh heh heh)
K -- So we can rule out any compassion in your personality. Hmmm.
I don't know any way that first photo could be improved. Exquisite.
Linda -- Thanks! I lucked out and hit the place at the right time on the right day. Maybe I should have bought a lotto ticket afterward. If I had won, I could afford medical care for my back--woo-hoo!!
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