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I created two 12″ × 12″ pages in December 2013. The layout was photographed by me with a Nikon D70 camera © Please click on photos for larger images. Close up of unknown patterned paper. Nikon D70 © “Indigenous African … Continue reading
I scrapbooked five 12″ x 12″ pages in November 2013. The layout was photographed by me with a Nikon D70 camera © Please click on photos for larger images. The captions are tucked in behind every photo. This is a close … Continue reading
This is page one of a four page traditional scrapbook-layout which I created in October 2013. I made the film-strip from pages of a ledger book with square holes, which I painted black. The 12″ x 12″ layout was taken … Continue reading
“Summertime, And the livin’ is easyFish are jumpin’And the cotton is high” “Your daddy’s richAnd your mamma’s good lookin’So hush little babyDon’t you cry” “One of these morningsYou’re going to rise up singingThen you’ll spread your wingsAnd you’ll take to … Continue reading
After we left Goodell Creek state park, we drove back East through Trail’s end , Washington State, U.S.A. Me driving our rig. We camped one night at Lake Gillette Campground, Colville National park. The camp hosts were very friendly and … Continue reading
We camped one night at Goodell Creek state park campground, in the North Cascades National park, Washington, U.S.A. We had a fire-pit, table and freshwater in a beautiful forest by a creek and a river, which drowns out traffic noise. There … Continue reading
After we left Pacific Beach State Park, we drove past Seattle, Washington state, U.S.A. Nikon Coolpix PS100 © Or rather under Seattle, Nikon Coolpix PS100 © Nikon Coolpix PS100 © We stayed one night at Deception Bay State Park, near Mt. … Continue reading
After we left Ohanapecosh, we drove to Washington State’s west coast. Beach access for vehicles near Pacific beach State Park, Washington. No Overnight camping allowed. Beach access for vehicles near Pacific beach State Park, Washington. No overnight camping allowed. “The Pacific Coast, … Continue reading
Postcard of Mount St. Helens. While we camped at Ohanapecosh we visited Mount St. Helens, in Washington, U.S.A. Unfortunately it was a smoky and hazy day, so my photos weren’t that good and I had problems with my camera. Fortunately … Continue reading