Monthly Archives: November 2010

Day 333

ISO 160, 58mm, f/7.1, 1/60 sec. Day 333 – Just a portrait I thought I was too lazy to go out in the rain tonight, fiddle with theView full post »

Day 332

ISO 100, 24mm, f/20, 30.0 sec. Day 332 – Oregon State Capitol It was a beautiful day today, busy, but beautiful. One of the images onView full post »

Day 331 – If not by rail, then foot

ISO 100, 28mm, f/10, 20.0 sec. Day 331 – If not by rail, then foot This is the historic Union Street Railroad bridge from the westView full post »

Day 330 – The bridge to Salem

ISO 100, 58mm, f/10, 25.0 sec. Day 330 – The bridge to Salem Tonight was such a trip. My friend Jeff has made it his personal goal toView full post »

Day 329

ISO 100, 150mm, f/11, 30.0 sec. Day 329 – Metro Downtown Salem, a romantic view from it’s roof tops.View full post »

Day 328 – Color, courtesy of mother nature

ISO 100, 105mm, f/6.3, 1/80 sec. Day 328 – Color, courtesy of mother nature I was talking to my Cranial Aperture friend this morning.View full post »

Day 327

ISO 100, 65mm, f/22, 1/5 sec. Day 327 – Baby it’s cold outside We don’t get very much snow here in the Willamette Valley.View full post »

Day 326

ISO 100, 24mm, f/4.0, 1/13 sec., four-image horizontal panorama Day 326 – Office space Our campus just built a new buildingView full post »

Day 325

ISO 100, 200mm, f/25, 2.5 sec. Day 325 – When the moon hits your eye We have a couple of cold fronts coming our direction, but thereView full post »

Day 324

ISO 100, 110mm, f/13, 30.0 sec. Day 324 – Watching over Salem I will be the first to admit that I love doing a daily photo.View full post »

Day 323

ISO 160, 105mm, f/9.0, 15.0 sec. Day 323 – The traveler We have a beautiful maple tree in our backyard. In the summer it saves us byView full post »

Day 322

ISO 160, 200mm, f/2.8, 0.5 sec. Day 322 – Moody After all of the rain we delighted in today, I was so surprised to see theView full post »