I've just added two new images to the Delmarva gallery-- "Tracks" and "Wheel," my entries in the "Week in the Life of Ocean City" show that I wrote about in the last two posts. I'm happy to say that plak-mounted prints of both images were juried into the month-long show, and that "Rudder 2," which won Best-In-Show at last month's Beverly Bassford Memorial show, has been selected for the Art League's display collection at the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce.
On the bad news side, it's now going on three weeks, and the Panasonic Service Center in Texas still hasn't returned my defective GX85 camera. The last time I called them, the rep told me that it had "debris" between the glass and the sensor, which I kind of knew when I sent it in, but they still hadn't decided how, or even if, they could fix it. Meanwhile, the 30-day window of opportunity I had to return the camera to Adorama for replacement has come and gone. I've been in touch with Adorama, and apparently their inquiries to Panasonic have so far remained unanswered. I'll keep you posted.