Beholding is a great hobby. :)I was on the phone yesterday afternoon w/ a friend who's just moved to SF. He was at a little cafe having coffee when the fog started rolling in and I got a play by play description. It would've been something ... well, kind of amazing if he'd been able to shoot me your pictures while he was yacking. Evocative, that's what they are. (Have you ever considered instagram? You could post your wonderful snapshots of Life Around Linda AND take pictures of your work.) There's my idea for the day. :)
Booda, you're right--beholding is a great hobby. And the fog was otherworldly yesterday.I love your idea about instagram! But my phone is so old that the camera is barely functional. When I get a new phone, I will no longer carry a camera around. Until, that is, I can manage to get my hands on a Sony RX100. Did you read about it in David Pogue's column yesterday? WHOA.http://tinyurl.com/82kwjev
Oh, that's right! You're using a real camera! Did NOT read David Pogue's column until you gave me the link. I love, love, LOVE being able to get a blurred background. There's that other camera ... L - carp. It starts with an L that lets you adjust focus ANYwhere in the picture. Have you seen that?I don't think you can upload to the web, though.
Now I want the L - carp!I have to download to my computer before I can upload to the web anyway--but I guess you're thinking about instagram.
Ha! That L-carp was supposed to be L - CRAP! (because I couldn't remember the name). :)Google helped, though. http://www.lytro.com/(And no, re: up/downloading to the computer, I was referring to the difference between being able to send it electronically and having to physically connect and then I thought exactly what you wrote. You do it anyway ...)
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