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Wil's weekly wrap (08.05.22)

This weekend, I'm hopefully hanging a handful of my prints at a local coffee shop. I'll post some pictures once they are hung. (And you can see them here: wiljr.photos.)

I've talked about hobbies previously.

My hobby is learning about and exploring photography and videography. While today's mirrorless cameras are handheld computers, the act of taking photos and videos uses a different part of my brain.

And, shooting with manual settings allows me to take one more step away from the 'computer' aspect of the camera.

While I've published a book about travel photography (and even sold a few copies!), I haven't really done anything with the photos.

(Actually, I printed a few photos and have them hanging in our home. That's something I'm proud of.)

This weekend, I'm hopefully hanging a handful of my prints at a local coffee shop. I'll post some pictures once they are hung. (And you can see them here: wiljr.photos.)

I don't know if I'm more excited or terrified! Probably a little of both. And that's the great thing about hobbies - learning something new that creates a healthy bit of anxiety.

Hope you have a creative weekend.


Here are the posts from this week...

  • August 5, 2022: No article.
  • August 4, 2022: It feels like the RadioShack brand has disappeared over the last two decades. All we have is nostalgia for the way it was.
  • August 3, 2022: Maybe starting with something simple is the better approach.
  • August 2, 2022: When we moved to Montana and bought our first car in nearly two decades, we were delighted at how far the process in maintaining the car was.
  • August 1, 2022: That's a vertical approach to your work. Within your firm, you are working to extract the very best from your team, ensuring your team's output is aligning with corporate goals.
  • July 31, 2022: Yet, we're having trouble finding specific reasons to come into the office. Here's one idea (I like it a lot):
  • July 30, 2022: If telecom providers are looking to sell user data to build an advertising network, something's gone wrong with their business. (I wonder if government funding models cover these types of activities?)

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