Monthly Archives: January 2013

GM Coach #2857 | Dearborn, Michigan

ISO 400 | Exposure 1/60 Second | Aperture 4.0 | Focal Length 18.0 mm This bus, where Rosa Parks made a stand by refusing to give up her seat to a white man on December 1, 1955, is housed at the Henry Ford Museum.  It had been neglected for many years before the museum acquired and […]

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Hazdistazí | The Navajo Nation

ISO 100| Exposure 1/60 Second | Aperture 4.0 | Focal Length 18.0 mm We found Antelope Canyon via a Facebook comment posted by my cousin.  There’s not much between Sedona and Page Arizona, but the speed limits are pretty liberal, so it doesn’t take TOO long to get there—and I have to say that the payoff is […]

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Palacio de Carlos V | Granada

ISO 100 | Exposure 1/200 Second | Aperture 3.5 | Focal Length 18.0 mm Some might call Charles a hoarder– of clocks, titles and palaces.  In retirement, it’s said that he lined every inch of his apartments with clocks.  Historians are divided on meaning of this– his lack of time while Emperor or his long reign […]

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La Señora Flor | Granada

ISO 100 | Exposure 1/125 Second | Aperture 5.6 | Focal Length 130 mm After a long day of touring the Alhambra, drinks and people watching in La Plaza Nueva were welcome downtime.  This plaza– more of a super wide sidewalk on Calle Reyes Católicos– has numerous al fresco restaurants, tourist shops and a lady […]

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Plaza de Oriente | Madrid

ISO 100| Exposure 1/50 Second | Aperture 5.6 | Focal Length 168 mm I’ll admit it; I’m addicted to reality TV.  Sadly,  it’s not always readily available, especially when traveling.  Sometimes you just have to make do with people watching.  While waiting for Katie, I watched this very flirtatious couple in the Plaza de Oriente, […]

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