Not a lot to say about this picture of a spoon except to look very closely.
The Kikkerland Camera Pencil Sharpener is “Tight”. Not only does it look cool, it’s actually a really good pencil sharpener. It grips the pencil shaft and spring tension pulls the pencil in as you crank the handle. You can also adjust it from more to less sharp. All in all – it’s “tight”! Canon 5D… Continue reading Tight – Day 89 #CY365
Resurrecting a photo idea from 2009 for today’s prompt of “Cheers”. Playing off the diagonal. Can you guess how it’s done? Canon 7D, 1/250 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 100.
Sometimes you just have to notice the unusual or different perspective. I was walking to Norfolk’s City Hall for a meeting this afternoon and looked up to notice the reflection of the Bank America Building in the green glass of the Norfolk Southern Railroad’s headquarters building. Just to left is Norfolk’s Confederate Solder Monument, a.k.a.… Continue reading Notice – Day 52
Heading into Norfolk early one morning chased by a spectacular sunrise. Canon G15, 1/40 sec @ f/5.6, ISO 400.
Norfolk International Terminals (NIT) is the largest of the four facilities operated by the Virginia Port Authority. The terminal has fifty-foot-deep entrance channels at the north and south ends making it “New Panamax” ready. Here you can see some of the eleven Suez-class container cranes working away on a Sunday night. Canon G15, 1 second… Continue reading NIT @ Night