This old curly willow tree first caught my eye in the winter. It has so much going for it – beautiful in winter or summer, interesting shapes and textures at all scales, and in all weathers. This tree will recur many times here.
this doesn’t immediately remind me of Stow Lake, but I liked finding this unfamiliar angle in an area otherwise so familiar to me
“Do I need a license for this thing?”
“I think you do…”
Driving one of these things can be tricky, as this couple found out as they headed for, and for a time became stuck in, the trees.
at Stow Lake, with dozens if not hundreds of pigeons around, the child entering frame from right nicely stirred up this movement.
Nikon F4 with 24mm f2.8
This goose swam into this patch of light and I liked the effect; it seemed to glow from below.
72 Broadway St, San Francisco. In the first block from the Embarcadero. Walking in light rain with my son in his stroller these trees, the building’s windows and a passer-by stood out. The trees deserve another visit in better light and with leaves, with falling leaves, and again in the winter. Tech details below for those interested – a nice feature of the 645 that this is printed on the film edge.
Contax 645 w/80mm f/2. Expsoure 1/350s f4.5
Ilford HP5 Plus ISO400. Developed and scanned by NCPS Carlsbad, CA (59620004)