TINGLEY BEACH and my new camera

So tired this morning. Restless sleep. But today I need to be hospitable and animated—a little at least—for our North Fourth State Department visitors from Egypt. Other cultures frequently seem to be much more gracious than us when it comes to welcoming international guests. We want to prove that Americans can be just as kind and courteous so we have informative little in-house tours and treats planned.

 Back to the morning walk though. With my new Panasonic Point and Shoot. Not sure I like it as well as my old Canon. But trying it out did give me the impetus to keep moving my lethargic body down the path through the ducks and geese by the flowers passed by bikes smiled at by dogs.

 Are these photos better than the recent fuzzyish ones? I can’t tell.

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About mneset

Writer, Traveler, Director/North Fourth Art Center

Posted on September 3, 2013, in Living LIFE and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Snow Geese? You have snow geese on the Rio Grande? Sometimes at Bombay Hook there are thousands of them. Your pictures do not look fuzzy.Of course, I am not wearing my glasses. So did you ask your visitors from Egypt if they are part of the government that is killing people or the other side that was killing people? or is that question considered slightly undiplomatic? I want to walk with you some morning at Tingley Beach, looks like a nice place to walk

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