FYI--I didn't fall off the face of the Earth. I will post pics again one day. Here's the thing, I moved back to DC last month into a temporary apartment. I put all of my stuff in my storage unit (including my computer) and have been living out of a suitcase. I started a new job and thought about uploading pictures to my work computer. However, I'm glad I didn't because the hard drive on the brand new lap top that was issued to me crashed during week two. I have a new hard drive, but I don't trust it. I shall retrieve my trusty old iMac from the storage unit early next month at which point I will add content to this here blog. In the mean time, check me out over at the Blade
. I'm doing restaurant reviews
every once in a while.
March 22, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f2.8, Speed: 1/8 Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
at Tampa Theatre
March 15, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f2.8, Speed: 1/40
My good-bye cake from the kids and lead teacher at the tutoring center where I worked. The cake fell victim to centrifugal force when my boss (who was kind enough to get it for me) took a corner a little fast.
Speaking of good-byes, I will be heading out of Florida pretty soon. Thanks to my BFF
, I got a job! I will be back in the DC area on April 3. Looking forward to catching up with all my buddies.
March 4, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f5.0, Speed: 1/1250
Spring is unofficially here. Yankees versus Reds at Legends Field in Tampa. Perfect weather for a spring training game--82 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. Ahhhhh.
Bonus pic:March 4, 2006 Focal Length:16.22mm, Aperture: f4.5, Speed: 1/1250, converted to B&W
Feb. 20, 2006 Focal Length:16.22mm, Aperture: f4.8, Speed: 1/8
Who is this Mr. Oak? Well, I can tell you this much. He
sells wallbeds. Awesome.
Photo taken on I-275 North in Pinellas County.
Feb. 17, 2006 Focal Length:5.41mm, Aperture: f7.1, Speed: 1/1000
My view as I layed on Indian Rocks Beach last Friday afternoon.