Where can information about pictures be found? Click on pictures to see enlargements and information, and see the Index of photo locations.
What kind of camera was used? Digital.
When were the pictures taken? 2003 to 2013.
Computers: My first computers: the game Simon, and Speak and Spell. In 1992, a friend gave me a used Apple computer; in addition: university and public library reference/internet computers.
When did you become familiar with the internet? 1987. I used the library computers: San Jose State (The Silver Platter); UCB (Athena) and Stanford (Socrates), in order to access the National Library of Medicine data base (Medline) via the internet.
Who built your website? I built it using a notebook computer - on battery power, a web page editor, and within my vehicle, parked next to the ocean, (over he course of months) slowly built this website. I did use several books for reference, and researched the internet for specific questions not found in the books.
I am grateful to family and friends who gave me editorial suggestions.
Is Ansel Adams a distant relative of Paul Adams? We do not know. They had fathers with the same first name (Charles), and both Ansel and Paul have similar hand writing.
For more information, see Biography.
When did you begin with photography? 1970. With a 35mm Minolta, and a Kodak 110 pocket camera. At that time, I was interested in creating slide shows for presentations at workshops and seminars.
I began with digital photography in 2003, this was a result of hiking in the wilderness, and a desire to capture some of the natural beauty of luminous places.
How useful is an electronic air ionizer? Significant variables exist in the air: such as humidity, temperature and pollutants: these determine the extent to which the air can be ionized. Also, the room (material chemical content) can absorb - neutralize the generated air ions, and leave little or nothing left. Air ionizer technology varies in designs, efficiency and potential.
Mother nature is the best source for fresh "energetic air" (small air negative ions of oxygen).
(c) Paul C Adams 2017 updated: 5-16-17