It’s that time of the year when the sky is active with clouds, while I am running out of fresh ideas. :-)
Sorry for the delay.
An entire conversation with nary a word spoken.
The basketball arena (known as “The Pit”) at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.
Found this in the corner of a dresser drawer. I can’t remember if I picked it up during an actual “trip to the post office” or if it was something my father brought home for me. Either way, it’s a remnant from my childhood. Back then, I am sure I had dreams of hanging on …
Source tubing atop the water heater.
From the sky and into the river.
Disposable. Razors. Handles.
According to my watch, this photo closes out the first eleven months of my Project 365. Leaving thirty days to completion!
Looking up at one of the plates on the “Scale of Justice” in front of the New Mexico State Courthouse.
He continues to stare across I-25 in Albuquerque.
Remnants of Route 66.
Long exposure into the washing machine. It wasn’t actually spinning at high speed, but rather being turned slowly by hand and captured using a thirty-second shutter speed.
Microfiber cleaning cloth draped over a task lamp.
Aluminum pop tops.
Flashlight in front of a vanity mirror.
Bernalillo County Courthouse in downtown Albuquerque.
Another weekend, another car show in Albuquerque.
And everyone will be thankful for rain.
Sing into the microphone.
I don’t think I can win this one.
When I was a kid, I would have been scared to death trying to pick this up. Now that I’m older and wiser, well, I know there is absolutely no good reason to even think about such a thing. :-)
Admittedly, the subject in this photo has nothing to do with GPS equipment or tracking. But today’s experiment resulted in a major “win” for my future cataloging process. Although I have always wanted to tag each of my photos with GPS coordinates when captured, I have never had any interest in purchasing a special add-on …
Entering the city of Albuquerque.
A storm is headed toward White Sands National Monument.
Behind the tennis court.
Something I never considered before today? Photographing a flag as it flaps in the wind requires a bit of patience. And perhaps even a round of high-speed continuous shooting.
A lapel pin sitting on a white table. I thought the result looked like a business card logo.
Down at the tripod.