I’m Back!

After what at least seems like a long break from home and from Linux, I am now (as of yesterday evening) back at my parents’ house in Chanhassen, Minnesota, and using Ubuntu Linux.

This afternoon, at 4:00 p.m., I took a 45-minute walk around my neighborhood. Today also marked the first time I experimented with aperture priority (Av) mode on my Canon EOS R mirrorless camera and kit lens (24-105mm). I have a feeling I will be spending most of my time in aperture priority mode with the Canon EOS R — just as I have with my previous Nikon DSLRs.

Additionally, I have decided to stay with Ubuntu. My previous statement about it being a beginner Linux distro was perhaps naive. Ubuntu is one of the main Linux distros today, and it’s user-friendliness is a positive, not a negative. I also tried installing FreeBSD on another computer this morning. Unfortunately, I wasn’t even able to get to the FreeBSD Boot Menu, so this might take some work.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy the nice spring photos!

My parents’ house
The National Weather Service’s Doppler radar looms high over my neighborhood
A dandelion seedhead
Dandelion flower heads
Young conifer cones
Wildlife Sanctuary sign
Trees next to the National Weather Service’s Doppler radar

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