Pass it every day

In our little worlds we pass by “familiar” stuff every day that we don’t really look at. I’ve driven by this building literally hundreds of times and never stopped to take a closer look. Here’s the closer look.

Building with hazardous sign and trees

Lens: 15-85mm at 22mm. 1/125 second at f/11, ISO 200.

Canon T2i taking a closer look.

The high life

On warm(ish), lazy weekend afternoons we like to sit out on the patio and have Micheladas (aka cerveza preparada). There are all kinds of different recipes for the drink, but we prefer vegetable (like an organic V8) to straight tomato juice. And no Worcestershire sauce for me. Miller High Life is our beer of choice because the Michelada tastes best when made with a light lager–snappy ales and dark beers are better straight up.

Micheladas on the patio

Canon G11 enjoying the high life.

Can’t always say why

I’ve said it several times before, but stopping for a few minutes during the hectic commute and hoping to get a good photo is a crap shoot. Today, I rolled the dice and came up with an image I really have no explanation for why I like it. But like it I do. No doubt, the splash of “burgundy” (or however that color reads on your monitor) is what initially caught my eye–there was nothing else that color in the whole panorama. Hmm? I guess I said why.

Steep shallow ravine

Lens: canon EF-S 15-85mm at 70mm. 1/80 second at f/16, ISO 200, WB “cloudy.”

Canon T2i rolling the dice.