The Next Testament (on sale now!)

My latest novel, THE NEXT TESTAMENT is available now at Amazon. If you like suspense and thrillers and books that make you think, then give this one a try.

Here’s the link to Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Next-Testament-novel-Common-Faith/dp/0981595952/

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And if you like it, please write a positive review to help other readers find good books to enjoy. Thank you!

Rokon

Check out this vintage Rokon from 1971, lovingly restored by a friend of mine.

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Before there were all many of all terrain vehicles, there was the Rokon, which features an amazing design. Both the front and rear wheel are drive wheels thanks to a gear box located under the seat and a driveshaft that runs forward.

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The Rokon is a rugged machine designed for rough use. The wheels are hollow and you can use them to store fuel.

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While innovative, the design is fairly simple as you can see in the close-ups above and below.

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It’s an impressive unit given when it was first available. Some stunning examples still in use.

Indie Photo Lab, Philadelphia

Here’s a “thank you” and “job well done” to Indie Photo Lab in Philadelphia. As viewers of this blog will know, I’ve been meddling in film photography again. Of course, I need a professional lab to develop and scan my results. The crew at Indie Photo Lab did a great job, especially on some scans of 4X5 film I shot more than 15 years ago. Here’s a digital look at their storefront.

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They process b/w and color of various kinds. Check out their website for more details: http://www.indiephotolab.com Friendly staff at the counter, too, which makes a big difference. Enjoy the art.

Hasselblad 903SWC

Keeping with the theme of film photography, I present the Hasselblad 903SWC, which has been in reserve for about 12 years.

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This beast is the only component of my Hasselblad equipment that I kept. It does take a wide angle picture in that beautiful square format. I have some Kodak Tri-X that I’ll be loading and testing of the next several weeks. Hope to report back with good results. We’ll see.