Had some spare time this afternoon, so I was playing with my Olympus OMD E-M5. I liked how a few turned out.
So, when I started the new job last November, my boss told me that the new position was not a traveling position. Well, after three trips this year (including one to Columbus, OH), and the one I just got back from, I think he was wrong. *grin*.
So, this time, I was in London for most of the two weeks, but I did get a side trip to Bournemouth to meet with the team there. I was over there to get brought up to speed on a new project I am starting. This one will be more project management vs development.
Oh and of course, I took some time to take pictures. Some are here:
The family took to the road again for the 4th of July holiday, returning to Galveston, TX. This time, just three days, but it was a nice break.
This is just one of the pictures I took. The others that I like are here.
Well, I had to open my mouth and say that I thought things were going to slow down. About that…
So, I get word late on a Friday I needed to get to New York for a meeting with a vendor. A frantic hour or so later, and I have things booked, and that Sunday, I have this view:
In my rush to pack (I had lots of little things to get done before climbing on the plane, including a quick round of D&D with the kids: ), I totally forgot my camera. So, I spent some time playing phone-photographer. The results are here.
Sorry for the lack of updates, but the last few months have been very busy with work and everything going on with the kids and their activities. It is summer time, so now I might be able to get some rest.
So, last month I got to go visit Bournemouth, UK for work. I was going over for a kick-off meeting on a new phase of the project I have been working on for a while.
It has been a few years since I was last in the UK, and then it was mainly in the London area.
I did have some downtime, so I was able to explore a little bit, and take some pictures.
The food was good, and on the last night everybody was there we went out to a small pub and listened to a local group playing ‘Western and Clasic Rock n Roll’. Very odd choice for someones from the US to hear in the UK.