Wendy and I are back in the land of snow and sausage after a wonderful week in one of our favorite places on earth - Roatan, Honduras. We’d been there twice before on cruises, so this time we decided to spend a week on the island. We booked a flight on Taca with a technical stop in Guatemala City and a layover in San Salvador, and enjoyed the tropical sun.
We spent some time on the beach and did some snorkeling.
We spent a little time in the dune buggy, on the wire, and with the monkeys.
We toured the island and went to some of the less traveled parts.
And, of course, we ate and drank well.
But, alas, all good things must come to an end. We caught our flight home last evening via the same route.
So… what’s been going on around here?
These are a few months old, but they’ll do…
has Jed been this week?
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Captain Ned got close enough for credit—This is the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge connecting Charleston, SC, to Mt. Pleasant, SC. This shot was taken from Patriot’s Point, in Mt. Pleasant, home of the Patriot’s Point Naval and Maritime Museum.
More photos below the fold.
I’ve been trying out a few new (to me) Photoshop techniques lately. This one’s from the July/August issue of Photoshop User magazine. Whaddaya think? (click to enlarge).
The photo used was this stock photo.
I had family in town, so it was a massive road trip. A few highlights…
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What did you do for the 4th?