When we went into the city last week to see Isabel Samaras’ opening at Varnish Fine Art, we head into the city early. Unfortunately, SFMOMA was close to closing. So, after wandering around Yerba Buena for a while we head toward our destination. We ducked in here for a cocktail before getting to the gallery.
Waiting for the doors to open, I tempted the twilight with the promise of neon.
Another photograph from my trip up Friant Rd.
Another one from my brief time in Friant. I have a soft spot in my heart for big rusty arrows.
In the final moments of our time around Mt Shasta, I managed to get my group to wait for me while I wandered around Weed, CA shooting the local color. Actually, it didn’t take very long. But it was fun while it lasted.
With subjects like these, it was definitely about color. I was shooting with a polarizing filter, which I have little experience with, and I’m surprised by the deep, dark blues that resulted. Click an image to view large.