Douglas Milewski (dacuteturtle) wrote,
Douglas Milewski


We're home.

We flew down on a smallish jet. On the way down, way far away, I spotted a few "water towers" in the distance. I zoomed in on them and took a picture. When I zoomed in the pick, I found that they weren't water towers as all. They were radio telescopes. One had to be 200-300 feet tall.

We spend the whole time doing the wedding stuff. Naturally.

I took many pictures. While bored, I discovered how to set the ISO and the B/W setting. I took a full card of pictures for the rehersal dinner. I tne took many pics of the actual wedding. Pics should be following in the next few days. We had some great faces in the crown. I found ISO 400 grainier than expaected, but it did allow me some great shots in low-light conditions. (I treated the wedding as "photography practice." There's nothing like learning your lessons over many pictures with no real pressure.)

Trips with Jen's family are getting easier. She really has great relatives.

In cat news, the cat lost his collar over the weekend. He's been stir crazy. Jen just bought him a new collar with a bell on it. Oh, the look he gave us. "I don't know how you did this, but I'm sure it's your fault!"

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