Taken in June 2006 during a trip to India. Above: Taj Mahal (as if you needed to be told).
Jama Masjid Mosque
Figures under the arches (don’t recall where this was).
The Red Fort.
Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi. Maybe not as spectacular as the Taj Mahal it has the great advantage of being in New Delhi and is, therefore, much easier to get to.
Taken with a Canon Powershot S50.
An old toaster belonging to a friend.
Taken with a Sony A7IV and Samyang 45mm f1.8
In the preceding post mentioned some problems I had with framed pictures at the Museum of Modern Art.
I recently went with some friends to Ikea and came across some useful and inexpensive frames. So I bought two in different styles to see how they would look with my pictures in them.
I’ll probably print some more and change the cactus picture. I’ll keep the other one because 1) it’s one of very few pictures I have of my father (seen here in front of our house with our dog, Peg) and 2) It may well be the first picture I ever took – with an old Kodak Brownie Vecta box camera. I was about 11 at the time. If it’s not the very first it’s certainly from the first roll.
The picture of the cactus was taken April 16, 2016 at the New York Botanical Garden with a Sony A500. I don’t remember the lens and Lightroom saw fit not to record the lens data.
On the way home from my woodland walk I spotted these powerlines and thought they looked interesting enough for me to take a picture.
Taken with a Sony A7IV and Rokinon AF 24-70 f2.8 FE
What more is there to say?
Taken with a Fuji X-E3 and Fuji XF 55-200mm f3.5-4.8 R LM OIS