This week’s Gary’s Parries topics are:
1. Vacationing At Lake Tahoe
Introducing this week’s Gary’s Parries column. Everything you always wanted to know about digital cameras, but were afraid to ask. No question too difficult, or too easy. As a Senior Principal Software Engineer, and a former Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems, as well as a recording studio owner/operator, inventor, and now, a digital camera enthusiast, GARY has more digital camera knowledge in his entire brain than most people have in their little finger. In the unlikely event that GARY would not know the answer to your question, he will answer it anyway, true to the spirit of the word “Parries”, a fencing term which, in this context, implies “cleverly evasive answers”. So let your imagination run wild. Email all your nagging digital camera questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org , and then, En Garde!
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*** TOPIC 1—- VACATIONING AT LAKE TAHOE
I am currently vacationing at beautiful Lake Tahoe, to return next week, same bat time, same bat channel. In view of Mark’s wonderful interview with world-famous wildlife photographer Andy Rouse, I was inspired to do a bit of wildlife photography of my own, and what better place to do it than at the Lake Tahoe CeleBEARtion, a collection of 50 life-size fiberglass bears decorated by regional/local artists and scattered throughout the city to the delight of photographers. The accompanying photo (Star BEAR-er at Heavenly Village) was an extremely tough shot to obtain, as the bear was reluctant to grant interviews.
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY !!!
[Column photo “The Photographer” by Brenda LaFleur of Brenda LaFleur Photography.]