Following are a couple shots I took at our new office yesterday… I only had a minute and snapped three photos. The light wasn’t great (bright in the sun, dull in the shade), but these came out ok. (Project 365: Day 20)
I thought I took a photo on Sunday (as part of my Project 365 / daily photo), but I don’t seem to have anything on the camera that says I did. So I thought I would find something on the web and that I’m ok with this new rule… (Project 365: Day 19 – sort of)
photo credit bluefaqs / no original citation
Taken at the lower dip, where McNell meets Reeves Rd. I hopped out of the car, ran down to the stream and snapped a couple shots. This road was impassable a little over a week ago, but now its a gentle little flow over McNell Rd. (Project 365: Day 18)
Today would have been a fantastic day to get out and take some photos – rain, sun, clouds, rainbows. But alas, I was in a three hour meeting, driving from that in Oxnard straight to dinner in Ojai. So I snapped a few photos while driving on the 33. Here’s a shot, to keep the streak alive! (Project 365: Day 17)
Late afternoon, ping pong with friends. Grabbed just a couple shots to keep up the daily project. (Project 365: Day 16)
I spent some time this afternoon out at the abandoned construction site nearby. Got a variety of images I wanted to share. (Project 365: Day 15)
Our giant matilija poppy bushes are full of leafy growth, and the first few poppies have peeked out in advance of a deluge of hundreds of them. Following is one of the pioneers, taken well after sunset in very low light. (Project 365: Day 14)
Saturday: dessert at a small family get-together after baby Bailey’s baptism. Sunday: John and myself built an impressive super-hero fort for Caleb who hit the big oh-four. Monday: abstract at our new D+W offices. Project 365: Days 11-13.
Paint swatches for our new offices. Fast internet and good color is pretty much all we need… (Project 365: Day 10)
A quick photo from the Ojai Coffee Roasting Co. using the miniaturization effect (aka tilt shift), where a band of about 25% of the image just below the center point of the photo is in focus, and the rest is out of focus. This effect is pretty amazing when looking down on cars or people from an elevated location, and still kind of cool from a barstool in a coffee house (Day 9, Project 365).