Green building downtown.
I’ve had this one in mind for a while, but I rarely find myself in the city at night. Tonight I did, dropping off an old college chum after a great dinner and some Spanish wine. Green, who can beat it?
1/30, f/5.6, ISO1250
Mitten on the ditch bank. I moved it from one gate to another, I hope someone hadn’t left it in its original place on purpose. If it remains, maybe I’ll make a habit of moving it around.
1/1200, f/2.2, ISO200
Another nice day for the mountain. Snow overnight, clouds, sun playing on the Coyote Willow in the foreground. Just perfect.
1/1250, f/5.6, ISO200
This is Buster, the Burro down the ditch. We haven’t been down to see him in a few months and tonight he was at the far end of his pasture when we showed up. But he has a good memory, and our four note whistle tells him we’re there with horse cookies. He takes forever to walk over but he always comes.
I call this “Aeromotor in the woods at sunset.” Mainly because that’s just what it is.
1/1100, f/5.6, ISO400
View from Savasana
The ceiling in one of the Yoga studios where I attend classes. It used to be a restaurant among other things and someone did a half-baked attempt at clouds. When I lay on my mat, I see this - a dead replica of a animal that you might find among the paintings in the Lascaux Caves. A Pleistocene Reindeer reborn.
1/15, f/4.0, ISO2000