Finished painting the fence this morning, ate left over Father's Day BBQ for lunch and then got bored with staying indoors. Grabbed some comfortable sandals, the Leica CL with the 23mm f1.4 lens and one of those obnoxious hats and drove downtown. The heat wasn't that bad. You learn to walk on the sides of the streets with the most shade. Seems obvious but it's taken me a lot of tries to get it right.
At the end of the walk I found myself at REI buying my favorite REI t-shirts because they were on clearance sale. Still too expensive but whatcha gonna do? I bought six more. They're soft and cool. They're UPF 50. They wick moisture. They're antimicrobial. And did I mention they were on sale?
Today's exercise was to figure out how I make the skies in my urban landscapes so nice and dark. I didn't set anything special so I have to tell you that I don't have a clue. Maybe I'm generating some sort of electro-magnetic field that makes skies bold and sassy. Or maybe all those "elitist scum yuppie Leica owners" are actually on to something here. Who knows?
We took the day off from "real" work but the week looks like non-stop post production. I guess it could be a lot worse.
Go snap up a Leica CL before they disappear altogether. Or wait five years until everyone decides they've become collector's items and you can snap one up for twice the price. But don't forget to buy the super-cheap TTArtisan lenses to go with yours. That's the secret magic ingredient.
B. Scolded me last year when I told her I was thinking about Crypto.
Since she scares me a little because she's so smart I decided not to
take the plunge. I asked her about it again in January but she was too
busy shorting the market overall to answer me....
And if you believe in Crypto I'm here to tell you that Lawrence Welk had the
presidential election stolen from him back in 1956.
no. The sky was not stripped in...
A mannequin with intensity.
Austin City Limits drops the hammer on cellphone addled fans.
and one in color as the "control group".