Hiroshi Sugimoto is a photographer known mostly for his seascapes and theater photos. This is my inept attempt to emulate one of his seascapes. This is the San Francisco Bay as seen from my new employer's lobby. I took this picture with my phone camera. How the hell it came out so pink is beyond me. When I see the photo on my phone it looks gray. I'll take another one with my good camera later.
Note: I posted the above photo and a variation of the accompanying paragraph on Facebook a little while ago.
And the experiments continue. I started posting pictures along with a short blurb on Google+ rather than try to mimic my Facebook feed. It seemed pointless post statuses there too. I was kind of taken with the idea of having my Google+ account become a short form blog with just pictures and short blurbs to accompany them. The problem is there's no one hanging out on Google+. This is a shame because I really prefer that interface and I like how you can control who sees your posts.
I decided it would be a worthwhile experiment because I take hundreds of photos, sometimes in one session, and only share a fraction of them (the percentage has to be less than 25%). I posted a photo yesterday on FB and this one today but I'm not feeling it. I might just ditch that idea altogether and start posting them straight to this blog. It's kind of where they belong anyway.
Shit. I say to hell with FB. Here's another one from the same session that I didn't add to my FB status feed. What is UP with the pink in these photos?