So yeah, my photos from this day are a bit … alternative. If you came here for a sampling from your typical tourist pamphlet, touting the virtues of the “most beautiful island in all of Italy”, prepare for disappointment. If you like seeing the often unseen, however, you came to the right place. Shot onContinue reading “Capri – An Alternate View – Take Two”
Monthly Archives: April 2021
Capri – An Alternate View – Take One
A long(ish) tale is in the works for our daytrip to Capri. Every time I think of this experience, I can taste the sour and the sweet emotions that come along with it. But I don’t want to get ahead of myself — this is one story that I don’t want to rush. Ergo, getContinue reading “Capri – An Alternate View – Take One”
Pandemic Retrospective: What I’ve Lost
One of my favorite podcasts, David Tennant Does A Podcast With …, featured a conversation with Michael Sheen as part of its first season. And in the deleted scenes episode, was this little philosophical gem that has stuck with me ever since I heard it last year: I realize now, you know, that idea ofContinue reading “Pandemic Retrospective: What I’ve Lost”
The Day We Didn’t Get Lost – Finale
If you’ve been following along, we intrepid travelers faced numerous obstacles in our path along the way to our Amalfi Coast home-away-from-home, but we didn’t let any of them deter us in our quest. After a long bus ride and steep climb up their driveway, we arrived just before sunset, unpacked our things in ourContinue reading “The Day We Didn’t Get Lost – Finale”
Views from the Cut – Take Six
A few of my gimmicks in one: experiments in symmetrical asymmetry, a shot of a shot, and black and white texture porn. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/3.3, 1/60, 4.3mm, ISO500, black and white filter.
Views from the Cut – Take Five
I’m not a car girl, but something about this artwork whispers Detroit, ever so softly in my ear. We are the motor city, after all. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, f/3.3, 1/60, 4.30 mm, ISO 400.
Views from the Cut – Take Four
In case you forgot where the Cut is. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/4, 1/60, 4.3mm, ISO80
Views from the Cut – Take Three
Experiments in street photography at the Dequindre Cut. I wanted to thank this guy for helping me out, but a) pandemic, and b) he was running too darned fast. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/4.3, 1/80, 10.9mm, ISO200
The Day We Didn’t Get Lost (Part Three)
What wise, punctual, careful travelers were we. We were punctual – oh, so punctual. We abandoned our (gorgeous) hike mid-afternoon, resisting the urge to soak in every last moment of time wandering and taking photos. This would certainly give us plenty of time to check into our room before dusk and get to know theContinue reading “The Day We Didn’t Get Lost (Part Three)”
Views from the Cut – Take Two
According to wikipedia, these are called “concrete bridge abutments and overpasses”. I call them “scenic design”. Shot on Panasonic DC-ZS70, ƒ/3.5, 1/80, 5.4mm, ISO200. Black and white filter.