Here’s another rest stop view from the last leg of our ten day, nine gig, 2500 mile band tour–this time along Hwy 505, north of Vacaville, CA. Because we were racing home, the only opportunities I had to shoot were during quick rest or fuel stops. I would have loved to have had more time because the passing storm produced amazingly dynamic cloud formations all the way from the Oregon/California border to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 53mm. 1/200 second at f/9.0, ISO 100.
Canon T2i on the road home.
We’re having an unusual, winter-like rainy spell here in the Bay Area. On the weekend, between cloudbursts, I took this shot. I call it “Clouds and crow” because, well… that’s what it is. ;^)
Canon G11 focusing on the big and the small.
We’ve been getting hammered with rain here in the Bay Area–and, for the record, it’s quite late for such heavy deluges. But, being that it’s Spring, when it clears the big cloud views can be quite nice. This afternoon was no exception. This view is just up the road from my house.
Lens: 15-85mm at 15mm. 1/400 second at f/16, ISO 200.
Canon T2i working between the storms.