We got a decent snowstorm, finally, after so many rounds of rain/sleet/freezing rain.
I found time in between working and playing for a little ultra-wide 15mm shooting in San Francisco.
Records are courtesy of the Mad Platter, the record (as in LPs for you old folks) store in town.
Had a chance the other day to swing by 30th Street Station at sunset.
Exploring using my Nikon 24-70/2.8 G via the Metabones adapter on my Sony NEX-6.
The marching bands and other acts were, as usual, wonderful.
Took a short day trip up to New York, and decided on compactness vs. quality with the photos.
Today’s overcast lent itself to a few infrared snapshots from around my block.
Baltimore’s Penn and Philly’s 30th Street stations.
Another old roll, this time from Cambridge this past June.
Part of a concept that I’m working on…
My ‘blue period’ – one roll walking around West Chester.
More from West Chester, on Fuji 800Z.
Some old and new shots from near and far.