90% of our lives is lived within our comfort zone.
Expand your comfort zone, and your whole realm of being expands!
I purchased my first camera, a Pentax K1000SE, at age 15. High School photography classes taught me the about how to work with 35mm film from camera to print.
I upgraded to a Nikon 6006 slr camera system at age 25. At age 30, I put everything I owned into a storage unit, and began living in a tent. 8 months later, iamdave.com was born.
Despite knowing nothing about computers, but suddenly I found myself with a domain. A friend built the first pages while practicing his HTML code skills. I eventually got a computer so that I could build the website myself. Over the next few years, I continued to travel quite a bit. After several complete rebuilds, I had a 1400 page website full of graphics and pretty pictures from my travels, all linked together in chronological order. Then I moved to Wyoming. My website looked not so good on small devices and I cared not to fix it because Facebook became the way to communicate with friends. I”m currently attemping to rebuild some sort of semblance of what once was, I’ve got about 2 weeks to present something that will not offend the eye.
Welcome to www.iamdave.com… THE SLOW REAL