Off the Grid

This site has been somewhat offline for several weeks now. It’s been a drag for me because I’ve missed communication with you all and I flat out miss sharing information. However, as you can see, I was REALLY busy upholding the longstanding tradition of professional photographer. It’s not easy. I almost cracked, but as you can see, even in the most trying of times I still had my camera with me. Good to be back. And yes, the site has undergone major changes, which were not done because I wanted to but more because it was time to try and simplify things. This is only the beginning, more changes on the way in coming days.

12 responses to “Off the Grid”

  1. bob soltys says:

    You didn’t take your M4 in the water with you? 😉

  2. Brian Miller says:

    I did imagine you were suffering…

    Hope you had fun!!

  3. Smogranch says:

    M4 did not make the trip….

  4. Smogranch says:

    Suffering but I did mange to find the courage to go on living…

  5. mike a says:

    I checked daily but didn’t see any posts. I feared the worst….an alien abduction. Glad you are back.

  6. Glad we got you out of that predicament. Looks worse than having to attend the annual Ewok festival of fluffy people in trees.
    Still some work to be done on the falcon’s hyperdrive but it appears to be running again.

  7. Sean says:

    The oceans going downhill. Are you sure that’s not a river?

  8. LionelB says:

    Infuriating as gremlins in the technology might be, an enforced break is also a bit of a blessing. An opportunity to switch off for a bit and regroup.
    The new theme is rather clean ? Cucumber astringency. You could let go a little and splash some mess around.

  9. Eric Labastida says:

    Don’t “change” too much that you start shooting digital. Oh yeah, and BTW, don’t you know sharks like white and orange cameras???

    • Smogranch says:


      No digital for me, at least for now. It will come in some degree, but I’ve also got plans to buy a few hundred rolls of Tri-x for my freezer.

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