Monthly Archives: February 2012
A storm moved into and out of the Bay Area over the past 24 hours dumping a moderate amount of rain. By the time I left work for my commute home the roads were dry. I figured it might be … Continue reading
Things have gotten busy of late, and the band is preparing to go out on a 10 day tour, so I’ve been lax with my daily photo stops. Excuses, excuses…. Anyway, a couple of weeks ago I scored a copy … Continue reading
Neighbors. In my immediate vicinity, both of the two closest ones like strong, harsh night lighting and more often than not forget to turn them off. Drives me crazy because I like going out into my yard at night to … Continue reading
I was recently out and about listening to and shooting photos of a band mate’s jazz ensemble. I liked this shot of the bass player and preferred it rendered in black and white. Canon G11 making the scene.
I’ve owned and ridden motorcycles in my lifetime, but I’ve never ridden a Harley. If I were to own one, I could see it looking something like this. Canon G11 getting close to the chrome.
Here’s a tightly framed view of some of our patio stuff next to Maggie’s office, “Cyberia.” I took the shot yesterday during my President’s Day holiday at the homestead photo walk with the G11. Canon G11 framing circles around cyberia.
As I’ve said before, I love the G11′s articulating screen because it makes framing from physically difficult angles easy. In this case, I had the camera positioned under the dry Mexican sunflower pods with the lens pointed nearly straight up … Continue reading
Here’s a frame of my home desk to the left of my monitor. That’s my wife, Maggie, in the photos. The bigger image was part of the 2011 Accordion Babes calendar. The beer bottles are all from the local Lagunitas … Continue reading
One of the best features of the Canon G11 is its articulating LCD screen. Here’s an overhead shot of our patio table I took this afternoon. With the camera held at arm’s length directly over the center of the table, … Continue reading
Most everything is blooming early this year because of the very warm winter we’re having here in the San Francisco Bay Area. The blossoms on the plum trees across the street from my house are well ahead of schedule. iPhone/Hipstamatic … Continue reading