Tonight we issued a personal photography challenge to our self….. We have never attempted to shoot the moon before, as we haven’t ever really had the camera “horsepower” to get very up close and personal with an object as far away as the moon until just recently. So we clicked into full manual and went at it… We may have succeeded in completely maxing out the capabilities of a Nikon P600 under these conditions.
Erie St. in Lowell, Arizona, can transport you back in time if visited at just the right time. With not another soul present, walking down Erie St. produced a feeling of almost being transported as an invisible observer, back to a frozen moment in time somewhere in the late 1950’s or early 60’s, through a ripple in the space-time continuum. It almost seemed, that if you blinked, the magic would be broken, and the street would be full of activity again. It certainly was “eerie, on Erie St.” as signs hanging from storefronts creaked in the wind, and not another noise was to be heard except that of the breeze shuffling random debris here and there. All that was needed to really send the effect over the top was the strains of “The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly” striking up in the background, as we headed into a wild west shootout on Erie St. Our ‘side-arms’ of choice, were of course two of our trusty cameras ‘loaded’ up with 32MB sd cards….. So we gathered our concentration, and we stepped into the street, shots blazing of course 😉 !
When planning a visit to Bisbee, Arizona, if you like to imbibe a good drink or two, you’ll find many opportunities and locations to visit throughout the town. It’s interesting and a lot of fun to sit down for a drink or three and think about all the souls that have occupied these historic buildings over the last century plus. One of our favorite “drop-ins” was at the Stock Exchange Saloon and Grill, located at 15 Brewery Avenue in Bisbee. It was the site of not only the infamous “Brewery Saloon”, but also Arizona’s only NYSE affiliated stock exchange. Click in for the story!
The whole reason we showed up to check out the Tempe Town Festival on 4th of July in Tempe, Arizona, is because THESE guys were […]
For 4th of July, 2015, we ventured over to Tempe, Arizona to take in a two set performance of Elvis Before Noon, (our favorite ‘local’ band, and you’ll see another post forth-coming with all the action from that!) but also to enjoy a 35 minute fireworks display… and we’ll focus on that in this post, with PLENTY of pics of course!
We travel with at least two cameras, a Canon T5 dSLR, and a Nikon L840 point and shoot, along with various cell phone and other cameras. One of the things we love about the Nikon is the ability to shoot panoramic shots simply, and on the fly. Here’s a few we captured while on our swing through Colorado.