There is a large Greek and Crete presence in Utah many of whom immigrated here in the early 1900's to work in the mining/natural resource industries.interesting to see all the ethnic themed memorials that manage to avoid extravagance, even just by a tad sometimes... many Cretan names in sight
Nice photos.Had a disaster in November, lost 3 months worth of photos in file migration to One Drive which completely knocked me for six... it's taken me almost a month to get my photography mojo back! It took me until practically the last week of December to pick up my camera again so all of my best pics came from two treks 29th and 31st of December.
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Thanks John... the irony of it is is that I'd already bought a back-up drive to copy everything to but kept putting it off for something more interesting... more fool me!Nice photos.
Very sorry to hear of your lost photos .
I like and recommend multiple local backups. At least one completely offline.
A-ha! That is why it happened! You must never buy a back-up drive if not for immediate use or else it will cause data loss due to anxiety:Thanks John... the irony of it is is that I'd already bought a back-up drive to copy everything to but kept putting it off for something more interesting... more fool me!