As a history and archaeology buff, I've seen many of the spots along the Silk Road. These camels in Fergana, Uzbekistan, were just itchting to spit on somebody. I waited until they spat upon everyone else before I approached and quickly took this image. This was done with the Nikon N65.
The locals use this long jetty in the harbor of Novorossyisk, Rus
This Tuscan shop cat on a side street in Cortona, Italy means business. He snarled at more than one passer-by that tried to pet him. A Nikon N65 was used.
A short walk across a bridge spanning the Tiber from a summer apartment we had in Rome's (Italy) Trastevere is La Boca della Verita. This photo is notable because it is often difficult to see this ancient sewer cover without some tourist sticking a body part into the Boca (Italian for "Mouth"). Again, a Nikon N65 made the image.
This is a sleepy afternoon in Arles, France. Our Olympus μ 35mm point and shoot made the photo.
A man and his dogs were taking a break in downtown San Diego, California. I used the Nikon N65 to capture this image.
That cat is a beast.
Where can I find a photo editing software that takes multiple photos (up to 50) and organizes them into tiles (random okay) with the final product being a single picture