Work continues with the revival of PBC. Some of the changes will be obvious from the get go. The changes happening over the past couple of weeks, while less obvious are important to the improvement of “Photo by Cox”. Ultimately we hope to make PBC a regular stopover for anyone with an interest in photography. Your thoughts on our efforts will be greatly appreciated.
Although there will continue to be posts passing on information about the work on the PBC site, I feel it is important to include at least 1 photo with each post. For the “Web Site Info” category I will be selecting one of my favorite photos from my catalog.
Over the years I have enjoyed sharing my photographs and thoughts on photography. During that time, it became clear, as I responded to reader’s comments that more photos are wanted. It was time for a change. Unfortunately life events got in the way of doing anything about it for past couple of years.
If you will bear with me we will press on with a face lift. The time has come to revive Photo by Cox. The approach for PBC going forward will address the comments about presenting more photos. The post themselves will be brief and provide links to galleries created from my archive of photographs, plus photo features related to our travels, selected old posts, as well as tips and techniques based on activities I used for improving my photography.
Please let me know how you feel about what you find here and/or what you would like to see.
With recent rain and warmer than usual temperatures the Bluebonnet Season is upon us. Get out the gear and head on out into the countryside. Large beds of bluebonnets will be found along most roads leading into the DFW Metroplex. For more detailed information check out the Dallas News article “It’s bluebonnet time in Texas: Everything you need to know for 2018“.
If you want to see samples of what you might find, the “Bluebonnet Gallery“, has photos from several seasons. The sun did not always cooperate, but the bluebonnets did. Texans are proud of their state flower, and if you would like to see why, check out the Bluebonnet Gallery.
It has been a long time since a new post has appeared here. The site crashed while I was taking care of getting myself back on my feet (literally). It has been a long journey, but now it is time to review, design and rebuild Photo by Cox. I hope there are still people out there to stop by and comment on the effort as we go forward.
No visit to Boston would be complete without a “Walk About” in Boston Common. On one such “Walk About” we came across a squirrel making dinning arrangements. After a couple of dives into a trash can, it came up with a tasty morsel worthy of its consideration. One might assume that the French Fry came from McDonald’s. My wife has advised me that those are the best and this critter seem to be selective. From the looks of the squirrel, it has dinned well for quite some time. (revised 3/10/2017)