Met with my daughter after work for chat, chow and a few beers. No time for photos, but I did have my camera on the passenger seat during the ride home. This is an out of focus view of the south entrance to 19th Avenue through my bug splattered windshield at twilight. Hey, it’s art! 😉
Canon G11 heading home late.
San Francisco fog. Nothing to do but work with it this summer. Today, during the commute home, I pulled off at the first road exit at the north end of the bridge and headed down the hill to Fort Baker. These expanded and contracted views were taken near the Coast Guard dock.
Canon G11 working with the fog.
Continuing my long weekend off series, here’s a shot I took a couple of weeks ago near the San Rafael/Richmond Bridge. I’m not sure why I like this one, but I do. Maybe it’s the blue against the totally burnt out sky. Or perhaps it’s the weird perspective.
Canon G11 on the bay.
Another lazy weekend addition of an older image (taken about a month ago).
Some days the commute doesn’t reveal anything interesting so I rely on the hometown to fill the gap. This photo is of the narrow view off a tiny bridge on First Street in Petaluma. The old structure is cool and I love chocolate!
Canon G11 in the hometown.
Because it’s a day off, sitting around the lazy table drinking a cold beer is de rigueur. Here’s a shot of my fave pint glass on a watery glass surface (“3 in a series” cracks me up!).
A visitor trying to move in on my libation:
Canon G11 chilling.