In the past couple of weeks, as I was moving more posts for my 100 Peaks archive over from my photography site to this personal blog, I tried the new “Gutenberg” block editor for WordPress, multiple times. Maybe it just means that I’m getting old but for the life of me, I just can’t get used to it. That’s not very helpful critique of course, so I’m going to try and explain a little bit what is wrong with it, from my “user” point of view. Continue reading “Gutenberg still gets a NO from me”
If you’re capable of picking up after your dog and bagging the poop, why do you then toss the bag with the poop into the vegetation off the trail?!
Boucher Hill, the fire lookout with Palomar Mountain State Park, is perhaps one of the most “ridiculous” peaks that is included in the 100 Peaks list – you can drive right up there! In fact, I have been there a couple of times already in the past: when visiting the park and paying the entrance fee, it would be almost foolish to NOT drive up there to take in the views. Continue reading “Boucher Hill”
Getting a vasectomy should be the very first criterion for men to be allowed to discuss women’s reproductive rights – let alone establish legislation that would regulate it.
When employees of vegetable farmers ask for more benefits, they might get a celery increase.
A few years ago, I tried to correct a falsehood in an online article – the article, on a site catering to photographers, portrayed one of the sites that offer absolutely free photos (CC0 license) as an “evil” that would lure people into giving away their photos for free. That was absolutely not the case Continue reading “It’s hopeless”
In an attempt to de-clutter my main photography website, I’m trying to separate the more documentary photos from the ones that hold more artistic merit (at least to myself;-) – here are some “leftovers” from the winter morning in the back country in mid February. The “primary” photos are over in my photography website: Winter Moments in Southern California. Continue reading “Winter Leftovers”