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Ancient Photography: Book 5: Nikon D70: B&W By Shawn M. Tomlinson
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The Nikon D70, combined with the Tamron D LD 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Macro lens, changed my life. See, I thought I was a photographer before the D70 but I wasn’t, really. Yes, I’d shot thousands... More > of photos, had thousands published. I thought this meant I was a “good” photographer. The day the D70 arrived, I made a vow to shoot photos every day, no matter the weather, my mood or my responsibilities. I have kept that vow and, as I write this, it is my 2,158th day of shooting every day. I bought the D70 to explore with other DSLRs. By 2014, older DSLRs were cheap. The D70 cost just about $1,000 when new in 2004. A decade later, I got a used one for $69. OK, but I said it changed my life. That happened Aug. 17, 2014 when I was looking for some interesting new place to go take some pictures. I found that Schenectady’s Central Park had a rose garden, and so off I went. I never saw photography the same way after that.< Less
Time: Book 12: Fear Itself By Shawn M. Tomlinson
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“It’s gonna be fun,” Martin said. “You always say that,” Jerry said. “Almost always is.” “Almost never is,” Jerry said. “And where’d... More > you get these uniforms? U.S. Special Forces, circa 2047?” “Had ’em made,” Martin said. “Unlikely anyone here’s seen ’em. More like military uniforms than ours. Got a tailor in Gloversville to make ’em. Close to U.S. military, but not as though we’re trying to fake it.” “You know eventually the federal government’s going to catch wind of what we’re doing and arrest us all, right?” Jerry asked. “I don’t think it’s gonna be a problem,” Martin said. “We’re on their side, remember?” “And why aren’t you wearing a uniform?” Jerry asked. “Not cool enough for you?” “I’m going as your driver, Gen. Zerboli, because I want the soldiers to accept you as their commanding general,” Martin said. “I don’t want them to pay attention to me. That way, I can observe without people being on their best behavior.” “So I got the short straw without even drawing straws,” Jerry said.< Less
Phenomenal Stories Quarterly, Vol. 2, No. 4, Winter 2019 By Shawn M. Tomlinson et al.
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We conclude 2019 with Phenomenal Stories Quarterly #5, Winter 2019, Vol. 2, No. 4, collecting together Phenomenal Stories #14, October; Phenomenal Stories #15, November; and Phenomenal Stories #16,... More > December. The entire issues are contained herein with a couple of bonuses. Included are stories by Carole A. Tomlinson, J.D. Hayes-Canell, Richard H. Nilsen, Shawn M. Tomlinson, Haldor R. Hallum and many others. 2019 was a good year for the entire Phenomenal Magazines Group and we hope you have a chance to catch up with us as we prepare for 2020< Less
Time: Book 20: The War IV: To End All By Shawn M. Tomlinson
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He tried not to think about it as a human being, but more as just a general. In the valley: 10 million soldiers, with more arriving regularly. The biggest army in history; weapons from all eras,... More > swords, bows, cannon, Howitzers, tanks. The one break was the snow, not even that bad yet, preventen drones from flying. The bad weather was giving the enemy time to set up, dig in. Except for the vast numbers, though, Edjer’s troops were at the disadvantage. Gen. Zerboli had the advantage. He was up in the mountains looking down at that valley. His weapons could burn the valley to ash; they were about to. His soldiers were relatively safe in their mountain fortresses. They’d have to go out, but millions would be dead before then. That was another thing. No touchy feely humanitarian measures in this war. The guns of the past, the ones that only knocked people out, warped their brains to make them pacifists, those guns were not deployed. This was life or death. Martin would have hated it, Jerry thought.< Less

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