Old train locomotives found in Tillamook, Oregon…
Tau Zero was launched two years ago today.
First and foremost I would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who has visited my site. You have made this a great experience for me. When I launched the site I wasn’t sure I would like it – now I can’t imagine not doing it.
A few facts and figures for the last two years:
I have lived in three states (Washington, Montana, and Texas).
I have had three cameras (Nikon D60, Nikon D7000, and now I use a Nikon D800).
I have taken about 50,000 photographs.
I have driven approximately 50,000 miles on photo roadtrips. (In a straight line that would take me around the earth twice.)
139,561 hits to the website.
Visitors from at least 158 countries.
Where will the road go from here? Let’s find out….
I was on the top level of a parking garage trying to get some pictures of rain clouds that were rolling in. Everything seemed to be fine until I shot a few photos of one of the security cameras. That was when security arrived, told me I was not allowed to take pictures of the security cameras, and I was invited to leave the property immediately. I understand the need for security cameras but this just makes me a bit sad. Guess I need to be more careful when I am shooting in the city.