Instead of heading directly home after getting off the freeway at the end of my commute, I headed into town. The local parking garage seemed like a good place to grab a few quick shots so I drove up to the top level, parked and circumnavigated the lot. This view is looking east down Western Avenue towards the Petaluma River.
Lens: Canon EF-S 15-85mm at 38mm. 1/160 second at f/9.0, ISO 100.
Canon T2i perched atop the parking garage.
Mags and I went for a walk in the neighborhood this afternoon. Along the way we took a short detour through a grove of oaks. I had my G11 in tow so I grabbed a few shots in the shade of the canopy. I liked the intimate composition of this one, but tweaked it for a more HDR look.
Canon G11 out for a walk.
This past Saturday we went to the Lagunitas Taproom and Beer Sanctuary to meet up with our friend Sean and catch up on things. As is my wont, I had my iPhone with the Hipstamatic app at the ready. I took five quick shots of him in this particular setting and liked four enough to post them as a series. Oh, and that’s an original Mad Maggies t-shirt he’s sporting!
iPhone/Hipstamatic framing a friend in action.
This image was taken from our room at Hotel Belley in Québec City in early November 2010. We were holed up during the only heavy rain day we encountered during our entire 10,000 mile train trip from San Francisco to Vancouver, BC to Halifax, NS and back. Revisiting this image with the Fleurdelisé flying in the stiff wind made me feel nostalgic for the days we spent in la belle province.
Canon G11 while in Québec City.
Here’s a monochrome abstract of reflections on beer brewing tanks taken Saturday evening after sampling several of said brews in the brewery’s beer sanctuary.
Canon T2i pushing chrome.