Skate Park Redux
All this history is as a preamble to something I started to work on closer to home. The City of Cambridge, where I live, has its first skate park under the elevated highway close to the Science Museum and it is a big hit.
The Hasselblad Superwide
Another in a series taking a look at some of the tools I have used to make my pictures over the years. Last month I did a couple of posts on the Rollei SL66. Next up we're going to look at the Hasselblad Superwide (SWC).
We all have special places, places that have key meaning to us for a variety of reasons: where you proposed marriage, where you were when you heard of the 9/11 attacks, where you saw that moose along the edge of the river as you silently rafted down stream, that curve in the road where you almost lost it when driving too fast as a teenager in the rain that night, and so on.
Is the blog back? Well, not really. I am back home from the hospital and working my way up to things like walking and sleeping through the night and trying to be be drug free after hip replacement surgery last week. Baby steps. But I am walking and climbing stairs with crutches and was on them the day after surgery.