Monthly Archives: April 2012
I’ve worked across the road from Bayfront Park in Menlo Park for nearly 13 years. I run the trails there 3 or 4 days a week and, because it’s a convenient stop during my commute home, have photographed it in … Continue reading
The weather was warm and beautiful this past weekend and Mags and I got to spend it hanging out on the patio. I was feeling very lazy so my cameras stayed packed away, but I did have my iPhone handy … Continue reading
Most of what we see isn’t fantastic, but it can be imagined so. Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 24mm. 1/200 second at f/8.0, ISO 100. Canon T2i out and about.
While I’m waiting for a kick in the ass to get myself back out shooting, here’s a couple more images from my son’s wedding–this time of my son and his lovely bride. Lens: Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM. Both shots … Continue reading
I took a lot of shots at my son’s wedding last weekend, but because I was there as a parent and not the photographer, I ended up playing and getting a bunch of quirky images. Lens: Canon Ef-S 15-85mm at … Continue reading
Decks of cards marked “Lucky in Love” and “Two of a Kind” were the favors at my son’s wedding this past weekend. A friend put his deck to good use–and I couldn’t resist photographing the moment. Lens: Canon EF 28mm … Continue reading
My son got married this weekend, but for the blog I went “abstract.” Lens: Canon EF 28mm f/1.8 USM. 1/15 second, ISO 400. Canon T2i at my offspring’s wedding.
I spent a little time today doing some Lightroom cataloging of my images. I ran across this one from our 10,000 mile journey back in 2010. We LOVED Quebec City so we spent a lot of time walking the streets–and … Continue reading
At the last exit on my commute home I get off the highway, head towards town, and there’s a roundabout for a new housing development. Halfway around the roundabout is the turn towards this end of the road scene at … Continue reading
Along a stretch of Hwy 101 called the “Novato Narrows” the highway slims down to two lanes in either direction. Heading north along the Narrows drivers pass the Gnoss Field airport, Olompali Park (where the Grateful Dead once had a … Continue reading