I recently learned that, with my Amazon Prime membership, I have unlimited photo storage that can be accessed by all devices. Over the past two days (yes, that’s how long it took), I downloaded all of the photos from my home office desktop pc to the Amazon Photos App.

The total was just over twenty thousand photos! This doesn’t include photos I’ve saved to an external hard drive, those on flash drives and DVD’s, nor the boxes of hard copy photos that need to be scanned and digitalized. I now have another winter project of going through this first batch and deleting all that are unnecessary, similar, duplicates, or poor quality.

I love that the Amazon Photos App sorts all photos by date taken. On my pc, they were in numerous folders I had made, so searching for something specific had become a lengthy process. I also love that I can now access all of those desktop pc photos from my phone or tablet.

Until my cast comes off, I’ll have easy access to lots of feature photos for blog posts for the next couple of weeks. Today’s feature is from Shete Boca National Park in Curaçao. In 2013, we spent two weeks in Curaçao. It’s a place I’d return to in a heartbeat.

If you’re interested in learning more about Curaçao, here are links to two previous posts about our time there:

Discovering the Depths

Bon Bini!

“A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.”

E. Welty