One last significant gallery update/overhaul. I hope to keep things more up to date going forward, adding and removing images as new ones I like more come in. This update was for my Misc images.
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Another Gallery Update: Closeups
Yet one more gallery update. This time it’s Closeups/Detail images.
Another Gallery Update: Wild & Zoo Animals
I (finally) did another gallery page update. This time, it’s new Wild & Zoo Animals
Another Gallery Update: Pets & Domesticated Animals
Not a lot here but I’ve updated the Pets gallery.
Another Gallery Update: Non-scenic Nature
Still another update, photos of Non-scenic Nature.
Gallery Update: Scenic Landscapes
Yet another gallery update. This time, Scenic Landscapes.
Gallery Update: Buildings
Second Gallery update is the Buildings, Towns, and Cities gallery, one of my favorite subjects.
Gallery Update: People
I’ve been working to update the Gallery section of the website as it had been a very long time. First up is the People Gallery.
WWII Weekend in PA
Last Saturday, Kyle and I headed out to Reading, PA for WWII Weekend at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum. This was a great way to spend the day. In addition to a large air show, with trainers, transports, fighters, and bombers (several B-25s, a B-17, and a B-29), there were tons of vehicles and reenactors. Both of us really enjoyed it.
There’s more photos, including some taken by Kyle.
Mustangs and More Mustangs
Saturday before last, I headed out to the Ford Nationals car show in Carlisle, PA, about a three hour drive. I didn’t know anything about this until a colleague of Suzanne’s, who has a 1965 1/2 Mustang (though heavily modified) mentioned it to her to mention to me after me buying mine a month or so ago. I met him at the house of a friend of his who has a 1969 (might be wrong on the year) and we “convoyed” out. It was cool to drive out there with them. I had a great time, though the ’69 had to be towed back as it quit just as we got to the show. (Turns out it was a minor issue but wasn’t easy to diagnose.) While the show was Fords of all kinds, it was probably 80%+ (of probably a couple thousand cars) Mustangs.
Of course, I took lots of photos