Monday, June 11, 2012
Yesterday evening, Sunday, Lovely Wife and I went over to the "beachside" (barrier island) to watch the sun set.
Too many clouds blocked the best part of the show, but then I began to take some time exposures after it had gotten pretty dark. It was nice to sit and feel the cool breeze after a really hot day.
Rykman Park pier in the Indian River Lagoon, Melbourne Beach, Florida.
Nikon D90, Nikon 10-24mm lens at 10mm, f/22, 38 second exposure, ISO 200.
Friday, June 1, 2012
The orange door there is the entrance to Kloiber's Cobbler Eatery. (say THAT ten times fast)
This was taken in Titusville, Florida.
I'm sorry to say that I didn't see the word "cobbler" as we drove by and I took this photo, otherwise I would have yelled stop for a cobbler break.
I love me some cobbler, and little hole-in-the-wall places like this are usually outstanding places to eat.
So now I'm left plotting a trip back to Titusville, a town I don't go to very often.
Plus, this older part of Titusville has a great mix of old and new buildings and re-purposed buildings like this one. Lots of great colors mixed with the old brick building styles.