My Tabletop and Still Life Gallery has now grown to become a total of four pages.
New page 3 is primarily dedicated to Christmas and Holiday type of images.
Page 4 consists of a more traditional type of images, which includes bowls of cereal, drinks, snacks, etc.
I have added an additional page to my Tabletop and Still life Gallery.
About three years ago or so, I started taking close-up photos of objects on a table, hence the name "Tabletop and Stilllife" Photography. Not all the photos are taken on a table, though. I placed the baseball mitt and softball on a piece of brown cloth on the floor and I stood on a small stepstool so I could look straight down from above.
And with the pandemic that has invaded the world for 2020, I have had plenty of time to practice my craft as many of my planned trips were cancelled or postponed for another year.
Please click on photo at upper right to see page of thumbnails of those newly added pictures that I created.
On October 20, I added a new page to my Galleries showing photographs of Covered Bridges of Indiana.
Click on image at right to see my"Covered Bridges of Indiana" Gallery page.
I've been taking some photos of sunflowers at Blue River Memorial Park in Shelbyville, Indiana. I discovered this field of sunflowers about a week and a half ago and I've photographed them at four different times, evening, morning and under different lighting conditions. I have posted one of those photos on my Home Page as the header photo.
In February and March of this year, some major changes occured to my Website. First, I was loosing the ability to use my e-mail and needed to make changes. Second, it was decided that I should switch to another internet provider to host my Webpages and that I would be totally responsible of getting everything up and running and working satisfactorily.
I made the switch, but it was not without a lot of headaches and turmoil and several phone conversations with the new ISP.
Finally I had my e-mail back. When loading my Webpages to the new ISP's server, everything went fairly smooth except I lost my News pages and had no idea what happened to them. It appeared that they just disappeared into never, never land never to be found again. Rather than try to recreate those pages with numerous pictures, I suspended use of my News pages with a disclaimer page. I hadn't posted any news updates for about eight years, but I had a lot of information and photos that I hated to lose.
Then low and behold as I was reorganizing My Documents folder a few days ago and about four months later, I found a file in my Fonts folder with the name, News. How in the world my News folder ended up in my Fonts folder is beyond me, but there it was.
I made a few cosmetic changes to the pages, but the content remains the same.
Last updated or revised on February 22, 2021.
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