This is another shot from Los Angeles during the major rain storm that graced my visit in February.
The palm tells the story.
Ross Bay cemetery in the snow in February with fish-eye lens.
After shooting at the Los Angeles Union Station during the photography workshop the students and teacher gathered at the station bar for a drink before supper.
Our instructor Sam Abell is seen here with an exhibition catalog, surrounded by my classmates.
A minute or three before this a server passed along the main concourse beside this area with a martini on a tray and I made my best photo from the station at the moment we were winding down after hours of intense photography.
Here are a couple of shots of a mural made while walking to and from the photo workshop with Sam Abell in February.
A couple of months ago I had a short layover in Esquimalt on my way up island.
I took my camera around back of various buildings, in case there were interesting things to see.
Or, as in this case, somewhat boring things.
This is another view of the photographer on the Santa Monica pier that I previously showed from the side (here).
This is not as interesting a photograph as the other, but at least you can see what she was photographing so intently.
This is another shot from the first (and so far only) test roll through a Yashica T4.
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