Monday, October 31, 2011

Happenstance We Fell Into

We were sitting at a red-light on Memorial Drive Thursday, headed to the ballgame.  And I took this from the passenger seat of the wife-mobile.

Most of my favorite photos are simply the result of keeping your eyes open as we move through life.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

World Series Game 6 - Panorama

A panoramic shot of Busch stadium, from our seats at Game 6.  Actually 7 shots stitched together in Photoshop.  Click here to see a full size version, or here for Panoramio.  This was taken after the National Anthem, but before the 1st Pitch. Long before all the excitement.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Wednesday, October 19, 2011


This fellow was spotted in the field next to our office today.  I suspect he was looking for geese in the small pond out front, but they must've seen him coming.  He (she?) doesn't seem to be starving, though...
It made for a fun "study break" for us.

Not a great picture, but I was limited to my company's digicam, and the imaging software on my company laptop.  When I get a chance I'll do some proper cleanup on my home computer...

Last one (for now): Old Barn On The Palouse

Last of the barn photos from last week's trip to southeastern Washington.  Again, larger version here.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Old Barn On The Palouse

Another old barn, not far from Steptoe Washington, About 1 mile from the site of yesterday's photo.
Larger version here.
And another abgle of the same barn, with Steptoe Butte in the background (larger here)

Monday, October 17, 2011

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Old Barn On The Palouse

So, I'm hame from a 5 day business trip to south-eastern Washington state.  Didn't have much opportunity to be out-and-about, but I did sneak in a few photo opportunties. Mostly old barns, like this one
I'll try and post them over the next few days.

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Fort de Chartres

I took a road trip with my wife yesterday, a nice way to spend a vaction day. She needed to pick up something in Cape Giradeau, MO, about 2.5 hrs south of us.  We decided to meander the way down, and came upon Fort de Chartres State Historic Site, just outside Prairie du Rocher, IL.  Pretty cool spot, dating all the way back to 1720.  Maybe when the colors come in we can plan another day trip to the region....

There's a few more photos of the site at Panoramio, including a paorama...