I recently bought a Canon EOS M with 22mm EF-M f/2 STM lens. It’s a cool little mirrorless system that weighs in like a point and shoot, but is much more versatile. The day after I got it I took a photo walk around town. On my way home, I spotted this house.
Lens: Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM. 1/200 second at f/5.0, ISO 400.
Canon EOS M in the pink.
Hwy 101 through the Novato narrows is either the first or last leg of my daily commute. Midway through the reduced lane section of highway is the dump. In the wee dark hours, the brightly lit dump looks like something out of a Mad Max movie. In the afternoon, it’s hardly visible–especially in the Spring when the grass is still green, the mustard is in full bloom, and the oaks are swelling with new growth. I’d been seeing some streaks of bright pink way out the dump road for the past week or so, so today I decided to have a look. I figured it was iceplant, and I was right. It’s probably been planted next to the slough for erosion control (though that’s just a guess).
Lens: 15-85mm at 20mm. 1/125 second at f/16, ISO 200.
Canon T2i chasing streaks of pink.