I saw this man with his date, standing in front of the salesmen selling fresh crabs. His date didnít want to get close, but I kept watching to see what was going to happen.
So the crab salesmen takes her hand and tried to hand her a crab, but she didnít want anything to do with it
Public transportation is really good in San Francisco. My sister lived there for years, and never had to own a car.
Lots of people ride public transportation in San Francisco. Here the advantage of a camera with a flip out screen that comes in handy. The Nikon 5000 that I bought in 2002 doesnít make a sound. In fact if you wanted it to make a sound when it took a picture you had to turn the sound on. This shows us how far we have come in a very short time. I bought this p&s when they dropped the price from around $1,200 to $750 and thought it was a steal.
Every so often you find a restaurant that is trying to look like something out of the 50ís. I was a teenager in the 50ís, and while they often try, I have yet to find one that gets it right. They mess up on the little things. Still, it was fun, and just down the street from where we were staying.
These were all taken years ago, just after digital came on the market. I wasn't sure if I was going to commit to digital or not, but bought the Nikon 5000 with a zoom lens and flip out screen. When I saw my first prints made with the Nikon D100, I went all digital. But I think that these show that if you don't plan to show then on anything other that a monitor, you don't need that many pixels. I have several more to add, but will be doing it a few at a time so as not to use up to much space. Thank everyone who comes to visit.
This first lady asked to have the photo for her after I shot it without any warnings. The problem is that she doesn't own a computer so I'm on my way to the lab to make a print. It will be the first one ever of my photos.
It's no masterpiece, but hopefully she will be pleased. She was quite, well, lively.