Spent part of a day hanging out in Seattle looking for a scene that was inspiring photographically, and I have to admit, I just wasn’t finding anything that worked for me. Having had enough, we headed back to the bus stop for the ride home and while waiting, I wandered out into the street to take this shot. I particularly like the closed in feeling the tall buildings give.
FujiFilm X-E2/XF 55-200 @ 200mm, 1/200th at f / 5.6, ISO 200
It’s been a crazy month – I don’t think I’ve even picked up my camera so here’s a shot from the archives, so to speak.
Two summers ago we went to France for vacation, and spent a day exploring the Palace of Versailles. It was packed with tourists so we took our exit and headed for the garden. A short mini-train trip to the Grand Trianon was in order.
The first thing we found there was a total lack of people. I completely understand how this place was used as an escape from the formality of the main palace. A perfect place to just get away and relax.
This picture is of the garden, with the pink marble pavilion in the background.
The details: Nikon D-90/Nikon 50mm f1.8. Exposure iso 200, 1/800 @f4.0