I’m testing some Flickr to WordPress plugins. This one is called “Slickr Flickr“. So far, it’s the best one I’ve tried. The images are from my Flickr “Golden Gate Bridge” set–all the images have been posted here on the blog over the past several years.
Images captured with various Canon cameras during the old commute
Since it’s a hot summer day here in the North Bay I thought I’d post a cool winter image. I took this shot at Fort Point back in January during a stop on one of my thousands of commutes that crossed the Golden Gate Bridge.
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm.
Canon T2i at the Gate.
In my last post I mentioned that I was on a 15 day “Reboot” juice fast. Today is day 11 and I’m going strong. At this point I’m actually considering extending it to 20 days–but if I do it’ll be one day at a time once I get beyond 15. One of the “side effects” of the juice fast is that the part of my brain that is the photographer has gotten lazy. Not sure why that is but I’m rolling with it and enjoying the break. Maybe my creative self is in reboot mode too. Whatever it is, it’s all good because I’m feeling GREAT. I have, however, been fiddling with old shots for possible posts. Here’s a shot of the Golden Gate Bridge I took on a very smoggy, hazy day. The best solution for the ugly brownish sky was converting to black and white.
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 85mm. 1/125 at f/11, ISO 100.
Canon T2i cutting through the haze.
The band played a gig on Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay on Saturday. The venue uses a small boat (rather than the ferry) to shuttle performers to and from the mainland. During the raucous ride back I managed to get a decent shot of the gorgeous day on the bay.
Lens: Canon 24-105mm f/4L at 82mm. 1/400 second at f/10.0, ISO 100.
Canon 5DM3 on the water.
Here is today’s shot of my favorite bridge after the last northbound crossing of my 13 year work commute. That’s right, NO MORE COMMUTES! The “commute” category is officially closed. Onward…
Lens: Canon EF 24-205mm f/4L at 58mm. 1/160 second at f/11, ISO 100.
Canon 5DM3 at the end of a long commute.