I am a retired Program Manager from the high tech world that is trying to figure out what to do with the rest of my life. In that I have always liked photography, I guess it is time to see where this new adventure will lead.
I have been interested in photography since I was a kid but have never had the opportunity to pursue it seriously. Now that I am retired, I have decided that it is time for me to start a new adventure in life and see where it takes me.
I have always had a camera around. I started with a little Kodak Brownie camera. Later on, when I was in the Air Force, I bought a Canon SLR while I was overseas and absolutely loved it. I used it for a number of years until it would no longer focus. By that time I had started a family so my priorities had changed and photography took a back seat to other more important things.
Over the last five years or so my wife and I started taking long “weekend” trips throughout New England and New York. I decided a point and shoot camera wasn’t enough anymore so I bit the bullet and purchased a DSLR.
I love the outdoors. Whether it is a trip along the coast of New England or walking down a path in a forest somewhere, there are always beautiful sites to see and admire. I always have the feeling of being free and being close to nature which, to me, is a wonderful feeling.