I admit that I’m not as technologically sophisticated as some of you. I don’t yet own a digital camera (when you have a lot invested in old 35s and 2 ¼’s, it’s hard to think about buying new ones. So instead, I now generally use an old point-and-shoot 35 mm, leaving all the extra gear at home and either scanning the pictures in or having a CD made when I have them developed. Last January (you can look back at my blog postings), I spent a week as a relief worker in New Orleans. I lost one roll of pictures which were mostly of the 9th Ward. I recently found the roll and got it developed and here are a few more shots to remind us just how much some people suffered. I would say, enjoy. But not now! Instead, realize that there are a lot of folks still hurting.
I've added another picture from the roll, of my daughter on a hike in early January. This time of the year I look with longing eyes at the snow.