Sadly, I have turned on comment moderation. I escaped the spammers for several years, but alas that innocent time is past. I refuse to put on word verification - I have so much trouble with it that I definitely restrict my commenting because of it. Sorry for the hassle and thanks for visiting!
A viola player by the tug of my heart, sidetracked by a career in technology. My favourite programming language is solder, and I'm a ham radio operator because it's an excuse to build lots of strange stuff.
I started a photo blog because of the beauty I first saw in Eric Tenin's Paris Daily Photo. Through him, I discovered the City Daily Photo ring, and I thought I'd give it a whirl. I'm not as dedicated as he is though, so I do miss some days.
There was enough snow to go sledding before New Year, but it was still very thin. This hill is at Central Park, near the intersection of Bradley Boulevard and Monument Parkway. This is the gentler of the two hills here. It's a smooth ride down to the bottom, no bumps, no surprises. If you can steer, you can make a right hand turn near the bottom and go even farther.
The other hill, the one the big kids use, is called Devil's hill. It has a much steeper slope, some pretty large bumps and is easy to flip over when riding. Plus, it's a lot steeper climb back to the top!