Lehi UT

Canon EOS Rebel T2i f/14 at 1/40 sec ISO 100 January 5, 2013

Canon EOS Rebel T2i
f/14 at 1/40 sec ISO 100
January 5, 2013

OK, just because I live in a desert, don’t think I don’t know cold. This shot was taken in Utah in 2013 on a cold January morning when the outside temperature was only 7 degrees. I was wearing a tee shirt. And a flannel shirt. Maybe I had on a sweater, too, I’m not sure. Oh, and a down jacket. A wool knit cap. And probably gloves.

Man, it was cold!

So, to all those 5 people who are following this blog, I must admit that it was ill advised. Not that anybody actually advised me or that I would have listened if they did. But there was no real reason to start a second blog except for maybe ego or something. I do want to continue posting older photos from my archives, but I have decided to do so every Saturday on my original blog. This will be the last and final post on this site. No tears, no recriminations.

It wasn’t you, it was me.

I hope to see you over there, on Photos By Emilio.

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Sedona AZ

Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village Sedona AZ November 20, 2010

Canon EOS Rebel T2i
1/30 at f/5.6 ISO 640
November 20, 2010

One of my favorite places in the southwest is Sedona. Good hiking in beautiful surroundings. And some great restaurants. But the town is a bit too artsy and expensive for my taste. Still I have enjoyed several good meals there and for window shopping, Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village (pictured above) can’t be beat.

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Oatman AZ

Canon EOS Rebel T2i f/9 @ 1/160 sec ISO 100 July 15, 2012

Canon EOS Rebel T2i
f/9 @ 1/160 sec ISO 100
July 15, 2012

The last week of 2016, The Daily Post asked for a retrospective in which “… you pull all the strands of your 2016 together before diving into the new year.” That got me to thinking about processing images I’ve taken in the past 7 years that have been ignored by me for one reason or another, and posting them once a week. That idea has now morphed into its own blog.

Photographer Steve Arnold of Photography Uncovered has stated he enjoys “going back and re-processing old shots just to see how they turn out”.

In Retrospect, that is part of my plan, to re-process old shots. But mostly I want to process, for the first time, older shots from my archives.

Every Saturday.

I hope you’ll stop by to see how they turn out.

As always, comments, questions, and criticism are appreciated.

(This blog is a work in progress and will, of necessity, evolve until I am satisfied!)

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