You liked yesterday’s picture of the rain and the mountain. Very cool. I like that picture a lot, too. You agree with a lot of people on Meta platforms. Between all of you there were well over 100 responses. That’s the kind of data that helps me a lot.
No, you’re not just a product. Don’t confuse me with Meta. I appreciate all of you. Everyone of you. And, everyone who responded to the picture on the other platforms.
I learned something on Twitter from a group that I tweet to a little bit. There is a way of turning off videos on my Instagram feed. There are three buttons on the top right hand side of the video. Click on those and turn off all the videos except from people that you follow. Unfortunately, you can only do it for 30 days, but at the end of that period you can block them again.
As I work through my archives editing for the PicFair project I find images that I haven’t thought about in a long time. Currently, I’m poking around in New Mexico. Guess what you’re gonna see? You’ll like them. Trust me — he said in his best used car salesman’s voice.
This picture was made on a road that sort of runs around Albuquerque And acts as a short cut running north and south. I think it’s called Los Volcanoes Road because you can see volcanoes in the near distance. No worries. They were last active about 40,000 years ago. Keep in mind that during the Paleozoic Era, about 540 million years ago, New Mexico was swampy and under water. I could go on if you wish. Let me know. This stuff fascinates me.