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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.
Today is the last “official” day of my vacation. I still have the weekend, but on Monday it’s back to the grind. To say I’m languishing in laziness would not be an understatement. So for today’s image I took the … Continue reading
It’s Friday and I’m beat, so anything goes…. Here’s a shot I took during our 10,000 Mile trip of a mixed modern/old view of Quebec City. The structure with the aged copper roof is the Service Canada which is just … Continue reading
I dipped back into the 10,000 miles folders for today’s shot. This is an intimate street scene in Vieux-Québec. The primary colors are true to the original image. Canon G11 out in the world gathering pixels.
Happy New Year! On our way back west during the Canadian train trip we had a several hour layover in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Winnipeg is a lovely city and the Manitoba Legislative Building is a must see if you’re ever there. … Continue reading
More holiday Nik Silver Efex Pro play. I took this shot during the brief stop in Portland, Oregon on the last leg of the 10,000 mile train trip. Obviously, the sun rays bursting out from behind the clouds caught my … Continue reading
It’s a very rainy Christmas day here in the SF Bay Area–meaning no outdoor photo opportunities. So it’s back to the 10,000 mile collection. Here’s two I think work well in black and white (à la my new Nik Silver … Continue reading
During the 10,000 mile trip, I made a point of grabbing a shot through the train window whenever we made short stops at stations where continuing passengers couldn’t get off the train. This one is from somewhere in New Brunswick … Continue reading
The end of our first leg of the journey was Seattle. We hadn’t been there in quite a few years so when we stepped off the train I had no idea what the glowing blue arch overhead was. I thought, … Continue reading
While touring the Lunenburg, Nova Scotia area we stopped on the opposite side of the harbor to enjoy the view of the town. The sky was a very monotone gray (you get what you get when traveling), but still the … Continue reading