OK, I can list a few things that make me hesitate to plunge into this online photo displaying service. Above all, I want my data (and metadata) under my direct control. And, yet, I’ve just spent 2 hours going wild with Flickr; there are many things that impress me. mjh
I have just put some new photos on the Web. I hope you’ll have a look, enjoy them, and let me know what you think. These are just a few from hundreds taken over about a 6 week period, during which time Merri and I had visits from John Stewart and Steve O’Neill. We also traveled to Prescott, Arizona, and camped along the way over a few days (hot and dry, of course). I got to return to two fantastic National Monuments: Tuzigoot and Montezuma’s Castle (and Well).
We also took a trip just north of Chama, New Mexico and barely into Colorado, discovering some new places and returning to some familiar. That is a spectacular, mountainous area; it spit rain and snow on us once, and was cold at night (36°F). We got our wish to camp by streams every night (and paid for that in mosquito bites).
In June, we seemed to spend more time than usual seeing the sights inside Albuquerque. We went to the Biopark (Aquarium and Botanical Garden — plus Butterfly Pavilion — adjacent to the Zoo) a couple of times, including a concert. We went to the rebuilt Isotopes Park — shockingly expensive, though busy and beautiful.
All in all, it was a great, long vacation, even without our usual longer camping trip. mjh
See some of the pictures: Photos around Albuquerque.
ps: if you are interested, I’ve also written something about the evolution of the mechanism I use for presenting these pictures.