A quick grab shot, again at Starbucks. There were actually only two rows of bottles; the rows in the background are actually in a mirror. If you look closely, you can see the lettering is reversed (er, mirrored) on those back rows.
I was struck by the colors while waiting for my latte this afternoon. I think I might try another variation of this shot when I have a more capable camera with me; my P5000 seems to have struggled a bit here.
This is a pedestrian bridge over the highway at a light rail station…when I got to the middle of the bridge, I knew this was going to be today’s picture.
The harsh sidelighting made this more interesting than it normally is. Slightly. 🙂 But really, how often do we really even notice this sort of thing? I know I rarely do.
Sometimes, even when there is no story to tell, the shadows tell a story.
Plenty of room for lunch here.
It’s funny – I had another photo that I was planning to use for today…but I was looking through some shots I took at lunchtime, and this one stood out to me. So this one it is!
“Wait, something isn’t right here…aren’t you supposed to use _warm_ water?!?”
Dilbert thoughtfully contemplates his next trade in a choppy stock market.
“We are mothers and fathers. And sons and daughters. Who every day go about our lives with duty, honor and pride. And neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night, nor the winds of change, nor a nation challenged, will stay us from the swift completion of our appointed rounds. Ever.” – USPS TV commercial, 2001.