(Saturday, 24 July 2010) Christ Episcopal Church reflected in a window of the Federal Court Building (formerly the Binghamton Post Office). Taken while on the Third Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk in Binghamton, New York.
(Friday, 16 July 2010) I took several photos today—only none that didn’t include campers. So, I’m posting a recent photo I took of the patio on the East Shore here at camp. This was the site of our first outdoor Music Camp concert tonight.
(Saturday, 26 June 2010) Unpacked the new computer that arrived this week. Unfortunately I spent twenty minutes on the phone with Dell trying to figure out why the monitor stand wouldn’t budge. Finally figured it out, though.
(Saturday, 19 June 2010) I spent most of the day photographing the Uniting Conference of the Upper New York Annual Conference. (I only took 1802 photographs…) My friends, Amy and Sara, were next to each other in the procession of clergy leading into ordination.
(Friday, 18 June 2010) The six United Methodist camps in Upstate New York were asked to care for hospitality for the Uniting Conference of the Upper New York Annual Conference. Camp Casowasco hosted a bunch of us Friday night so we didn’t have to travel as far early Saturday morning.
(Thursday, 17 June 2010) Johnny Hart, the creator of the comic strips B.C. and Wizard of Id, lived in the Greater Binghamton Area. A bunch of dinosaurs based on his work were decorated by local artists and recently installed all over downtown Binghamton. This one is outside an old bank, now the local offices for Merrill Lynch.