This was originally just the is the portal page
to my main site but now I have added a weekly photo blog of sorts. The
Things I See... is an online amateur photographer's digital portfolio
with a little more. The images are from every place I go. Some of
the places that includes are cities in the Philippines such as
Manila, Cavite City, Makati, Malati, Tagaytay, etc. and cities of
California such as San Diego, Los Angeles, Lake Tahoe, San
Francisco, Concord, Vallejo, etc. Hopefully the list will continue
to grow more and more.
All pictures from the site were taken with the Canon PowerShot S230
Digital ELPH. The PowerShot S230 may not be the tool of choice for
most professional photographer's (hence one of the reasons why I am
an amateur) but it does the job for this site. The purpose of this
site is to give people another perspective of the things around
them. If you just take the time too look I bet you will find there
are a lot of things worth taking notice of. So if you are ready to
take a look at some of The Things I See.. click on a link below:
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of the Week (Or maybe of the month. Well, we will see...)
Oct. 3, 2004
The Canadians -
Canadian geese with their distinctive "V" flight formation and
honk can be found just about anywhere within the United States and
Canada. These particular geese in the picture were found wading
along the shore of Regan Beach in South Lake Tahoe, California.
Interesting fact, did you know that Canadian Geese often mate with
just one partner for life? If a goose's partner is unable to
continue on with the rest of the group that goose will stay by
it's mate's side. Now, can you say the same about your self?
You can find more pictures like this one in the PS230 Gallery.
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your opinions on my Message Board.