Friday, May 9, 2008

Am I All Alone...

The title seemed fitting, when doing these blogs sometimes you feel all alone. I have been getting good feedback on this site and I thank you for that. But, my other site on the Shippensburg Fire Departments history has been getting nothing lately. Now if the incidents I was posting were unimportant or minor I could understand that but in the last ten days I posted an alarm that three firefighters died at, the Vigilant's getting the Jennie Cameron with photographs and a large fire downtown that would have gone to four or five alarms by today's standards. I know you can't force people to comment but when they don't it makes me feel like I am standing in the station and this is all I see.

Now for the photo itself, it is another I took while training a couple of weeks ago at the Harrisburg Transportation Center. Like others I thought it looked better on my laptop when I edited it, they always looked washed out on my home monitor.

I promised you a week of all different things and that is what you got, next week will be more of the same with another video from Alaska. I have my photographs ready through next Thursday but all the new ones I will be work on after that will be a learning experience (like they are not now) as I upgraded from Photoshop CS2 to CS3 last night. Actually I paid for it Linda did the work for me, maybe I can get her to do the laptop tonight, thanks Linda.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I take it Linda is the computer person of the household? Will thanks Linda, keep him in place.

Sparky said...

Brad the last comment was from me. I hit the anonymous button.

Bradley Myers said...

Yes Linda is the computer person, I can work on my images and turn the thing off at the surge protector if it does not work and thats about it. I have seen the furure and the past just keeps looking better and better.

Woody said...

Brad,

Good Photo..

Where exactly is the train station located at in the city??

Bradley Myers said...

Woody, the station is bordered by Market and 4th streets, Chectnut also leads into at the Mulberry Street bridge. One of my past entries is an overhead view of it from the PSP helicopter.