When I first started my blog in January 2006 I was obsessed with writing it every day. When Rosemary and I traveled I would make sure that there was an internet café nearby that I could use to post my blog. In preparation for this I had photographs ready in my computer that I could put in the day’s blog even if it had no connection with the city or country.
Then it ceased to be important and I would fill holes in those days when I returned to Vancouver.
|Murano glass chandelier in our Venice hotel|
It was in Buenos Aires in 2019 and in Italy in the same
year that even though I did not know how to use my FujiX-E3 photographs, it was
simple to take photos with my Galaxy A5 and post them in mini blogs into
|Café corretto with Candolini grappa in remembrance to Michael Dibdin's Aurelio Zen|| |
One of the reasons why I learned to do this is that
Rosemary urged me to start using my phone for taking photographs. I wrote about
that in link below.
Thanks to my Rosemary I am more comfortable using my Galaxy phone while I must state here that I avoid sunsets.
|Antique gondola at the Palacio Ducale - Venice|