Out and Arround With a New Perspective

3:00PM came, and I’m a little antsy from staying inside and cleaning. I decide that I should go out while the sun is up and test the new fisheye lens again. I brought a few of my other lenses as well, but didn’t end up using them.

I get out of my apartment and have no clue where to go. The cemetery was interesting with my old camera near sun-down, and I head there.
1st Picture of the Riverview Cemetery, by Adam Bavier

2nd Picture of the Riverview Cemetery, by Adam Bavier

An HDR is always a requirement.
HDR Picture of the Riverview Cemetery, by Adam Bavier

Ooh where does that road lead to that goes down the hill? Over the bridge and to Concord street. I took a few pictures, but subject wise aren’t all that interesting. I’m a far ways away now, since I’ve been going down hill all this time. Time to make my way back.

I follow Concord back to a State street and take a few more pictures.
Elamanacer on Cesar Chavez, by Adam Bavier

There is this big mural on State and Cesar that I haven’t taken a picture of yet, so I snap a few.
Elamanacer on Cesar Chavez, by Adam Bavier

And the brick house on the corner, all stately and strong watching over me progress up the hill.
Brick House, by Adam Bavier

I hope you found my walk today most interesting and from a new perspective. A lot more long excursions are in my future as I train for some planned hiking and biking trips occurring this summer.

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