"The view from here is awesome!"
NewFish contains my commentary and random thoughts about music, counter-culture, technology, faith, wretched excess, art, questionable government, and the ultimate interconnectivity of all things.
NewFish: Providing mediocre blogging since 2005!
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- Pets and Owners – Double Exposure Photography (Excellent!)
- Paul Carter Photography – Limited Prints & Series
- 20-Ingredient vs. 10-Ingredient vs. 2-Ingredient Chocolate Cake • Tasty
- Beautiful Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar Built From a Shelf
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- 11 Cognitive Biases That Influence Political Outcomes
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I have oodles of print photographs available, and many would hang well together! Below are some examples of shots taken in Newfoundland: For more information, please visit my portfolio site: https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com/prints
My portfolio can be found here: https://pcarter5b14.myportfolio.com I’ve been interested in photography since 1975 when I borrowed a friend’s Ricoh and a couple of lenses for a time. Black & White film was available from my High School, and I … Continue reading
This view never grows old, but as twilight comes much earlier these cool fall days, It’s a beautiful but sad reminder that the sailing season has come to an end. As I was derigging the boat this evening, I remembered … Continue reading
If you’re curious about what the cool folks are browsing these days, here’s a list of websites that I visit from time-to-time: MEL Magazine“Because there is no playbook for how to be a guy.” MEL is a lifestyle and culture … Continue reading
St. Stephen’s Westmount, and its community was a pillar of my life for many years. We were a family of imperfect folks from all walks of life in an imperfect building that had stood for generations on the intersection of … Continue reading
Shipwright Service has been my go-to boat repair, modification, and refurbish team for more than 10 years. I would recommend them in a heartbeat. When I bought a very used and abused sailboat that others had walked away from, Josh … Continue reading
The Bark Stranger? He fits in where the heart holes were — left behind by beloved pets of us both, that have since crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. He’s a funny, empathetic little man, who seems to be aware that … Continue reading
And that’s a wrap! Lolly Jo is put to bed for the winter. Fitting photo for end of day & sailing season at BYC.
Today, I cleaned and carefully packed up my trusty Pentax Spotmatic, and a stable of great M42 Super-Tak Ashai glass and accessories in a long-unused Lowepro Magnum bag, with lots of desiccant packs thrown in for good measure. I haven’t … Continue reading
I was going through my old web projects this evening and came across the file archive for the Daion Guitars web site and owner’s forum I hosted for many years. I still have a Daion Model 80 acoustic, and — to … Continue reading
This is one of my favourite guitars — a 1980 Daion “The 80” Dreadnought Guitar. For those not up on Daions, they’re a bit of a cult guitar: they’re higher-end Japanese instruments made by the Yamaki firm and they were … Continue reading
I’ve recently pulled in most of the original HTML-coded content posted between 2004-2007 on my NewFish blog. Many JPGs are missing, and likely gone for good. Is it possible that content disappears on the WWW? I don’t really believe that–but some posts … Continue reading
Eleven! That’s the eleventh pair of reading glasses I have lost or broken in the past year. Three pairs lost overboard while adjusting rigging (joining those lost overboard at the dock in previous years… All to be discovered by an … Continue reading
Birthday. Posted Wed Jul 12th, 2006