Monthly Archives: May 2011
While relaxing on the patio yesterday afternoon, I saw this half spent salsify (has a seed cluster like a giant dandelion) and thought “time to pull out the G11.” I took a least twenty shots of it–everything from fuzzy, hairy, … Continue reading
Smoking charcoal chimney close-up. Seems appropriate for the day. Canon G11 enjoying the day off.
Commute shot from this past week: The Golden Gate Bridge has been photographed millions of times. Here’s photo number 337,235,493. ;^) Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 61mm. 1/400 second at f/16, ISO 200. Canon T2i taking it to the bridge.
I cross the Golden Gate Bridge twice every commute day, and I cross it frequently on weekends heading into the city for gigs or whatever. The bridge and I go way back. So I figure taking pictures of it is … Continue reading
Today, towards the end of my commute, I found this little scene. It looks very Sonoma County in late Spring. The grass losing its green means Summer is near. Lens: Canon EFS 15-85mm at 35mm. f/11 for 1/400 second, ISO … Continue reading