My Currier and Ives Moment.
York, thanks for another fine pic. I’ll look at it many times.
That was two years ago just after a snow storm. I like all the muted shades of gray with the stong red. I try to scout out places that have potential. Then go back under all different conditions. The next day was a sunny day and an entirely different perspective on the view.
Have you ever taken the drive along California’s Big Sur? That’s route 1 from Morro Bay to Monterey. Most informed opinion puts it right up there with Virginia’s Skyline Drive, and Blue Ridge Parkway. Either would provide opportunities to wear out your camera. BTW what do you use?
Black Jack Says:
February 17th, 2006 at 3:25 pm e
Have you ever taken the drive along Californiaâ€™s Big Sur? Thatâ€™s route 1 from Morro Bay to Monterey. Most informed opinion puts it right up there with Virginiaâ€™s Skyline Drive, and Blue Ridge Parkway. Either would provide opportunities to wear out your camera. BTW what do you use?
Haven’t been to Big Sur – Yet! Did part of Skyline Drive last summer in the fog. Not good. I’m all digital now. Was a slide shooter years ago, then to negatives. Four years ago started with Digital 2MP and was surprised. Went to a 4MP Toshiba Point and Shoot on the above, and last year switched to Canon Digital Rebel. Lenses from the Film Rebel fits too. That’s at 6.3MP. For Scenic, try Yellowstone and the Badlands. Also, try the Canadian Maritines like Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. Southern Germany is a treasure load of shooting and the surrounding areas. Denmark outside of Copenhagen is fun because the houses are all old looking and a lot of straw roofs. SF and Muir Woods is great, Sacramento has one place. Try Maui for great shots too.
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