True, it does get cloudy sometimes, but friends and food more than make up for any pesky clouds trying to spoil a good time.
These photos were all made with a pinhole camera this past fall. I've made hundreds of photos here, but each time I go to the Fort the sky is different, the light is different and my walking around in a pinhole trance is different so I keep adding to my collection.
It's the first thing I look for upon arrival at the Fort and I always tell it hello and touch the rough bark. Little critters use it for shelter. I think a lot of other folks are attached to it too and hope it stays.
This is one of the first views I ever shot with a pinhole camera. I keep working on getting a really good one, but for now this one will do.
This is my dear friend Dan. He's a past president of The Johnson Space Center Astronomical Society and was gracious enough to remain still for this pinhole portrait!
Some of my fondest memories at the Fort involve sitting on this porch and visiting with my good friends.
Dan is an exceptional conversationalist!