This is what happens when you try to get a nice birthday selfie at the California Science Center- you get photobombed by the Space Shuttle…
Posts tagged ‘Jeremy Owens’
Snapshot of a trio of Palm Trees as dusk begins…
Taking a break by going to the end of the Santa Monica Pier is something I do on occasion- the waves, the feeling of being in the ocean, the occasional big one that buffets the pier… One night, I decided to capture some of the amusement park on the pier, including the world famous Ferris Wheel, (which got a new lighting outfit a few years back). This is the result.
This concert was an absolutely incredible affair- putting aside the fact that I am a huge BSG fan, (seriously, drama in a scifi setting- don’t let the name slow you down from trying it), the music is just amazeballs… hearing it live, in a great venue, with grande acoustics- wow. (Seriously, YouTube it- there might be some black market copies of the full concert, but realistically, because that was a no-no, YouTube’s where to see snippets of it)
I had arrived early and grabbed a great spot- seriously, look at it- high, but not too high, center mass- let me see straight onto the stage, got a great sound, and was able to take some amazing shots too- this is the teaser shot, more than anything, but also gives a feel of the concert venue. (Most of the seating was below, directly below, or on the side in front but below frame)
@bearmccreary needs to have more of these…
Part II of the pictures
The news media, literally globally, has been reporting on a local construction project: taking down the Mulholland Drive bridge across the Interstate 405 freeway. So, I decided to play press today and get some pictures for you… Without further ado, I present… #CARMAGEDDON!
* note- all pictures taken today, July 16th- also, given the immediate nature, the pictures will be only 1200×800, instead of the usual 1800×1200
This picture was taken on June 5th, 2004. I happened to be in Northern Michigan at the time, looking for interesting angles on the Machinac Bridge when I heard Ronald Reagan had passed. Now, I should point out, I may not be a fan of his, but he was a much better and more reasonable person than critics and his supposed partisans make out nowadays. But as I heard the news, a color guard came to lower the flag shown here.
The solitary image of the flag at half-staff at one of America’s great architectural feats seemed an appropriate image to commemorate the passing of an American Statesman.