|2010 Snow in Ohio|
The winter of the year 2010 was a recording breaking winter for snow and ice in Southwest Ohio. Some of these icicles were 48 to 50 inches long.
Mieko and I married on 29 September 1962. Here we celebrated Fifty Years together.
The digital camera makes it easy to take many photos and editing software makes it easy to combine multiple photos. Here are some.
|Chris' High School Graduation|
Chris is our second born grand-son. He graduated from Naperville High School in 2008.
|Rowan's First Dance Recital|
Rowan is our only grand-daughter. She is outgoing, just like her mother.
|Flowers & More Flowers|
Some flowers found in our yard.
Fractals are interesting but it requires special software applications for creation.
|1991 Honda CRX Si|
My 1991 Honda CRX is in need for some repairs. Would like to restore to showroom quality but fear it is not worth it.
|LAB Edits in Photoshop|
LAB is another way to perform edits within Photoshop. It employs some ways not fully understood by me.
|New Born Fawn|
One morning looking out our bedroom window a newborn fawn was snuggled down in our yard.
|Various Edits of Las Vegas|
(needs CSS work)
Some experiments with photographs taken in Las Vegas
|Prints on Canvas|
Photo files of some photographs that have been printed on canvas.
|Snow & Ice|
Snow and Ice, really cold.
|Alaskan Longhouse In Need of Improvement|
Alaskan Longhouse, needs work to make it half way presentable.
|Some Applications of Triptychs|
Triptychs are three segments of a photograph or three related photographs combined into one. Nice for presentation.
|Rowan & Cameron, Twins|
A web site developed for the birth of Rowan and Cameron, twins born to Kim and Russell.
|2010 Cincinnati Zoo Spring Flowers|
Each spring is celebrated with lots and lots of flowers at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
|2014 Cincinnati Zoo Spring Flowers |
(needs corrective work)
An four years later, lots and lots of flowers at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.
Everyone has seen or used a form on the internet. They are not as simple to create as it might seem.
|HTML5 & CSS3|
HTML and CSS have versions. When I first started it was HTML 4 followed by 4.1. I did not really know of CSS until version 2. The study I have done is through HTML 5 and CSS 3 and that has been over a number of years.
|Flowers in Our Garden|
|Designed for Mobile Devices -- Links For Layout Only --|
Mobile devices present a huge problem for the designing of internet web pages. There are many different sizes of cell phones and there are also tablets to consider. The idea is to have a design that is flexible and capable of proper display on all devices.
Structured Query Language is a domain-specific language used in programming and designed for managing data held in a relational database management system (RDBMS), or for stream processing in a relational data stream management system. Not easy stuff for me to understand. I never did finish the course.
|PHP Web Site Designs|
PHP is a server-side scripting language designed for web development but also used as a general-purpose programming language. PHP originally stood for Personal Home Page, but it now stands for the recursive backronym  PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor.
|Positioning With HTML5|
HTML has a natural rendering to a web page flowing simply in the order presented in the document. For many applications, such as this page, that is sufficient. However, there are many opportunities to control how and where the elements are placed and that is the subject of the course of instructions of this class. (Disclaimer: The background image on this page is controlled and is not simply appearing in a natural order.)
|Designing With a Theme in Mind|
Creating web pages following a theme ties all together that gives a meaningful, overall relationship among all. This was an interesting course that challenged the mind.
|Transitions & Transforms with CSS3|
This was a fun course, learning how to apply HtML5 and CSS3 newest features to display web pages.
|HTML5-CSS3 — Introduction to Web Typography|
This study was probably one I enjoyed the most. I had never given typography much thought until this series of lessons.