Today was a particularly “foggy” day. Because of the muted shadows the fog provides, I’ve always enjoyed shooting in such environments. Well, I mean, in the cleaner variations of today’s version, of course. In any event, I grabbed the D300/14 mm and brought it with me as Shanshan and I went about our day.
First off was a walk down a few blocks to the Blue Way Cafe (where I took yesterday’s shot of The Brothers Gibb). I took these two shots as we walked through the neighboring apartment complex.
When we got to the main street, we passed by an apartment which had pigeons leaving from a window coop. “Pigeons,” said I to my kind, sweet wife. “Tasty,” replied she.
Breakfast complete (no pigeon), we took a taxi off to get massages at her favorite blind man parlor (more about that in a later post). Once finished, we decided to take the subway home. I took these two pictures on the way to the station:
I took this one going down to the subway platform:
After exiting the subway, we walked along Hui Xin Xie Jie a bit, where I took these three photographs:
We then walked through another neighboring apartment complex. I thought I knew a shortcut through it, but we were unfortunately confronted with this:
Bad husband. Bad, bad husband. Anyway, as we retraced our steps through the complex, I snapped this shot:
Once we got back to the road that’d take us back to our place, I took this one:
Finally, before heading into the apartment complex, we stopped off at the fruit stand. Here’s the vendor preparing some pineapple for us: