Wide-angle watcher on life’s ancient tales…
I have long been captivated with photography since I was a small child. Some of it probably stems from my parents being interested in photography, my dad always had a nice camera ever since I can remember. When I was a little older, I asked for a camera and got Brownie box camera, with which I began learning how to take photographs.
I joined the military, and my travels across Europe prompted me to purchase a Minolta X700, which I put to good use. Many of my photographs date from this time, and I took it everywhere I went. That camera was great, I had it rebuilt once, and I used it for almost 20 years before I finally sold it to go digital.
My current camera is a Minolta Maxxum 5D. I still travel a fair amount, and my camera is like an extension of my eyes, it goes about everywhere with me. Hopefully you will enjoy my look at life’s ancient tales as much as I enjoy presenting them to you. So please sit back and enjoy Castle Graphics: The Camera Eye.
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