Please tell us where humans are fighting and dying for "no" reason.
Would like to live in your world.
If you have organic material in your bean bag, be careful about where you store it.
If leaving it in the car, garage or basement it's a very attractive source of nutrition for critters😋.
Found out the hard way.
Absolutely a fascinating rate of change we are experiencing.
IMHO, electric vehicles will be the norm sooner than expected.
The battery issues however, will eventually direct us to using hydrogen fuel cells.
Infrastructure for hydrogen distribution should be a top priority.
That is nay sayers.
Some of use are more prone to micro manage than others.
All these little things are the foundation of our language. I hate to see it crumble away.
It really is painful, in a fork scraping on a plate kind of way, listening to words being misused.
The devil is in the details.
I'm surprised that no one his mentioned my favorite peeve.
The incorrect use of the words "less" and "fewer".
To the any sayers,
Perhaps I'll have to schedule a western binge watch.
An obscure one I came across while channel surfing is
"One Eyed Jacks" with Brando and Malden.
To my eyes, it's a nicely constructed model photographed in a realistic setting.
I'll toast to those thoughts.
Its certainly an attitude we could use more of in all aspects of our lives.
Couldn't be happier with what I've gotten back from White House Custom.
Do mostly print my own on a Canon Pro-100.
It is an issue if you start out intending to return the item.
Kind of abusing the return policy.
quote=markngolf]It's not always "buyer's remorse", that results in a return. I purchased a Wacom tablet (B & H) with hopes of using it. I have slight Parkinson's in my right hand. I tried it for a week and discovered I was not able to effectively use it. Do you feel I should have kept it? If B & H (or others) felt their return policy was being abused or not a profitable practice, they would not offer the return of merchandise. It is not necessarily an issue of "morality".
Be careful with an Epson.
You will get beautiful prints, but it is a printer that needs to be used frequently. If not, you will likely get clogged nozzles. That happened to me in as little as a month of sitting idle, clearing them uses a lot of expensive ink!
Presently have a Canon Pro-100 and love it. If you want pigment ink, I think the Pro-10 is similar.
How about a picture of flowers during the eclipse??
Very nice work.
I particularly like line detail and how it contrasts with the soft wash of color.
May I ask what software you use? I realize and appreciate that your work is definitely not " out of the box".