I drive under this overpass frequently, as it is on my preferred route home from work -- which is different than my preferred route to work. I started taking different routes home when I was prepping to quit smoking 4+ years ago -- it was one of the tips I'd read to change up the routine and confound the triggers and it's been documented before about how the after-work/driving-home smoke was the hardest for me to get over. I started taking a different route to work after being smushed between two vehicles on the highway one morning, thanking my lucky stars to escape with only some wrinkled metal and broken fiberglass -- yeah, no thanks.
A.n.y.w.a.y... I pass under this bridge on my way home and when I look to the right there are all these wonderful arches and when it's late in the day and the light is sweetening, I want to throw someone under the bridge and shoot them! Heh. It's so very true. I love shooting people -- under bridges, in their own back yards, in museums and parks, in their own homes. Problem is that while I often have my camera, I don't usually have a ready and willing subject.
'Til Tuesday! I know you can hardly see her, but that's Katie. I didn't have much with me by way of equipment, but enough to see if I was on the right track and whether something might happen. Count this as #1 in a series. I have some other ideas to try out. I'm dieing to shoot more people under the bridge!
New blog alert: little red fish litte red fish. It's Kate's and she describes it as "...a blog about things i think are cool, and that's it." It's... cool!