In November 2014, I was diagnosed with brain cancer. (No, no one in my family has/had any form of cancer.) Out of the blue. After undergoing emergency surgery and six rounds of chemo – not including the consolidation chemo – I had to relearn to walk, talk, eat, read, write, and just about everything else.
I have been in remission since May. (For the full story.)
My photography skills vanished completely. I couldn’t even hold up my small, lightweight camera phone, let alone trying to remember f-Stops, aperture, and how lighting works.
This photo was taken in June near Pecos, New Mexico.
And, this is from a few days ago at the Capitan Gap, New Mexico. I purchased a Nikon Coolpix 900s to help relearn photography. I have a Nikon D700, but it’s to complicated for me now.
The opening shot on the main page is always taken during the previous month.