Deep in the catalog – April 29, 2004

3520 days ago

“Deep in the catalog” is my project of reviewing ten years of digital photography from the earliest to latest.  In the film years, I was limited to 24 or 36 exposures per roll of film,  a manageable amount of shots.
With digital photography the number of shots is almost unlimited, which is both a blessing and a curse. As a result I have a “deep catalog”, so deep I don’t even know what I have,  just like the shoebox of photos you probably have in a closet.
This project is an attempt to find out what is there, delete the chaff, tag and share the better shots . Some folks organize their sock drawer, I find this more relaxing. Thanks for viewing.
One of the strangest flowers that appears in the spring is that of the Japanese Butterbur
Canon Powershot A80
1/500 f/3.2
Petasites japonicus

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