My Epson scanner will no longer work with this upgraded Mac OS. Need to call them on Tuesday. My Epson ICC printer profiles have decided to disappear as well but I think I have that figured out.
New computer is super fast, amazing difference from the Intel iMac.
Now I have to catch up on the Lightroom changes that occurred while I was unable to upgrade and try to get up to speed.
Shouldn't be a serious problem, I am a fairly fast study and a lot of the new stuff, like lens blur, is not really useful to me.
The older I get, the more fancy new filters I seem to eschew. Tend to play it a lot straighter.
Anyhow, I won't figure it out instantly but hopefully will be able to create beautiful photographs again soon.
I have been doing it for quite a few years, honestly yesterday was not the greatest day to be out, off and on rain. Nature decided not to cooperate. We made the best of it.
We got 64 species. Not a bad haul on a crummy day.
A buffle head with a small harem.
Shovelers engaged in the curious behavior known as rafting.
One faraway burrowing owl. I was worried about my camera getting wet and never really got in the danger zone.
Not enough light for great photographs so I was pretty useless. I tried to make up for my deficiencies by cracking jokes all day, to mixed results.
The sparrow freaks were a twitter over the golden crowns, I must admit they didn't do a lot for me.
Beth made some really good sandwiches, the girls split a beer.
We went to Kit Carson Park afterwards and met the rest of the groups participating in the count and I saw my friend Ken Weaver who is just the greatest guy and the quintessential birder.
I met legendary birder Paul Lehman as well, didn't look at all as I pictured he would. Nice, affable guy.
I had written him last year about the red, yellow headed blackbirds, he didn't remember me.