Panorama: View from the American Supporter’s stand at Stade de France.
USA v. FRANCE
This long weekend has proved to be somewhat unfruitful. My hiking trip has been post-poned due to other parties dropping off at the last minute and day trips have been a rarity. What I have had time to do, though, is complete a few more panorama shots that I’ve compiled over the past few weeks. This is a shot of the “Casa Colgadas,” a series of houses from the 15th century built into the side of a cliff in the small town of Cuenca, Spain. Tonight is Halloween. Photos to come.
31. Oct. 2011
Canon 5D Markii - 50mm
It’s a long weekend here in Madrid and the weather is getting a bit cooler. As I drive to work every morning I can see the fog rolling down from the north over the mountains until it hits the sun in the valley and vanishes. Kind of like the fog runs through the bay and breaks up by the time it hits Berkley. With the sun out during the days it’s still in the 70’s, but once it drops behind the Sierra at night, it drops to about 40. These past few days have really reminded me of this summer in SF. Not that I’m like missing America or anything. Psh. Please. #euroswag
Panorama of the Bay Bridge and SF Skyline.
Canon 5D Mark ii 50mm