Thursday, February 4, 2010

Old train bridge in winter

The Tamron 17-50 has proven to be a great little lens, having f/2.8 makes the viewfinder much brighter and opens up new vistas its selective focus capabilities. It's also important to have a "back-up" standard zoom lens as my Nikon 16-85mm VR is a workhorse.

This old bridge where the trains used to cross is a haven for walkers and cyclists, it lends itself to being photogenic. Some of the local shrubbery is just as interesting.

This will be my last blog entry on a regular basis, I just received my new textbooks for the real estate licensing course; that endeavor will consume a great deal of my free time over the next couple months, I'll still try to get a few files now and then, but it's still winter and I don't really have anything different to offer that I haven't already photographed.


  1. And a lifeless procession of Mandarin to you, too, my festive pile of Why In God's Name Are You Here.

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