It apparently snowed in the courtyard of our apartment building in 2003. The Kodak EasyShare was really just like a polaroid. You got what you got and there wasn't much fussing with settings on the camera.
The tranquility that comes when you stop caring what they say. Or think, or do. Only what you do.
This is one of the pictures I took for my internship. It was pretty early in my learning photography. I remember at the time a significant amount of time was spent fighting the technology. The camera was one thing but USB connections were pretty new and I remember having to fight with the computer to get the drivers to work so it would allow the USB camera to download.
I was trying to capture the density of the bamboo grove. Its bamboo I suppose. The photo is only really notable because of its early date. The photo is dated 2002. This is the first in a long list of plant photography. Haha. Enjoy.
I wanted to start this off with some old pics. Here is one from old Portland before the recent era. I am not sure where it was taken, maybe somewhere up on Sandy... I do know that it was one of my first digital pictures. Taken with a Kodak EasyShare something it was a far cry from todays DSLR cameras. An interesting tidbit is that I started this webpage so I could finish my internship and I needed to buy that camera to take those pictures for that project.