Remember a couple of days ago when I mentioned that I was taking a class which required the use of a 50mm lens?
The class was a photo walk through Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood followed by an image review a couple of days later. The photo walk wasn’t the reason I went to Boston, but it was a happy coincidence. It’s hard to beat a nice Saturday morning with some new photographer friends making images of an iconic location. My pal Don Toothaker was our leader; you’ll never meet someone who is more enthusiastic about photography, about Boston, and about life in general than Don. The day was a delight.
Oh, and this? A detail of one of hundreds of wrought-iron gates that we walked by.
I took myself on a bit of photo walk when I was in Marfa, and that’s how I spotted these cacti, happy in their spot in front of Cobra Rock Boot Company. You should probably go see them for yourself. (And look at those great boots, too, while you’re there.)
outside Cobra Rock Boot Company