Monthly Archives: October 2011
While waiting for the seasonal change from the month long Indian Summer we’re having in the SF Bay Area, I decided to change the appearance of the weather myself. The fog was indeed rolling in at the Golden Gate, but … Continue reading
It looks safe for now, but for the next few days after the sun sets there’s no scarier place. Canon G11 at a cemetery in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
I took this shot of bamboo leaves against the sky out in our backyard. I liked the colors of the original image, but I got to tweaking it in Silver Efex Pro (version 1) and ended up liking the monochrome … Continue reading
This twilight shot of the south side of the turn basin at the end of the Petaluma River was taken earlier this month–two weeks ago actually because there’s a new moon tonight. Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 28mm. 1/100 second … Continue reading
The commute was once again uninspiring for taking photographs. The temperature is pleasant, but this year’s Indian Summer has lingered for far too long–and, according to the weather reports, there’s no change in site. Weird. Ah well, it’s probably time … Continue reading