One foggy morning.
We went for a short drive yesterday to check out a new connection that opened between our neighborhood and the hood just north of us.
Though not quite a straight shot through, eventually the new route will allow us to avoid I-35 if we need to drive to Georgetown.
On the way, I noticed a humungous pile of limestone rock situated on the corner of an empty lot. Empty block, actually. No homes yet, just a paved road with curbs.
Specs | Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 + Wanderflust Pinwide and Pinwide Slit. Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100
The pile is about 20-25 ft tall and about 50-60 feet across. Huge.
It was foggy as hell this morning. I thought that fogginess would make for great atmosphere, so I loaded up the GF1, the Pinwide and Pinwide Slit, the LX100, a light-weight Manfrotto tripod, and drove back up to the rockpile.
I fiddle and shot for about 20 minutes and came away with a few decent pictures.
The Slit shot is my fave.