…But thankfully, nothing else was left behind! I had a busy week, and during the middle of it, I actually left my raincoat at Starbucks on the only rainy day we had, and the next day, I walked out of the restaurant without my 5D MK II. YIKES!!! I guess you could say I had a lot on my mind. I was teaching this workshop without an assistant, and it takes a bit more logistics than most. I was so busy thinking about the next step for the group that I wasn’t thinking about my own stuff, obviously. But it was all retrieved, immediately upon realizing that I had left them behind.
With that all behind me, the week rolled along very smoothly, with adjustments for varying weather conditions each day. And as always, my students showed me a great vision of San Francisco through their eyes. With it being a small group, I was able to make a few pics, too, while we wandered about doing street candids, and exploring little neighborhoods here and there. I’ve posted them on my Flickr site.
Now, it’s time to get back to prepping images for stock, preparing for our Italy photography tour in early May, and completing a personal assignment on making pictures that are out of focus yet still work – for the creative group to which I belong. I’ll be sharing pictures here as I finish up the project, after we meet.
Thanks, Bob – good luck to you, too! 😀 See ya soon.
Gorgeous lighting in this shot. Fun to view. What a story! Would have been a shame for the Canon to disappear. Good luck with the upcoming projects!
Great shots. Makes me wanna visit one day. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the golden gate bridge reflected in the heart like it is in the main blog image. Fun stuff 🙂
Thanks, Kalani – but it’s not reflected in the heart; that’s a painting of the bridge. The hearts are positioned around Union Square and artists painted or did other things to them to beautify the square at some point. This one happens to be my favorite of them.
Great image Brenda and I’m glad everything turned out on a positive note!
Thanks, Ed. I felt like I had a lapse of memory or something – but as a fellow teacher you know how preoccupied you can get…and we were having to change around some plans. All’s well, though. 🙂