Monday, July 14, 2008
Scene from a breakfast table
Get a handle on yourself
Laval, QC, May 2008 [Click to embiggen]
The scene: A crowded breakfast place. We were there with Debbie's parents before we got on the highway for the long drive home. 730 kilometers separated us from our driveway, but first we needed to fuel ourselves. It was a typically crowded Sunday morning, and we'd been waiting a while for our meals to arrive. No worries, as I had my camera, a little tripod and a little bit of free time. I set up on the breakfast table and shot quickly before anyone noticed. Okay, some people noticed. But they smiled, so it was okay.
Your turn: Do you have any backlit photos hanging around your hard drive? Wanna share? I sure hope so...click here.
One more thing: I'm not actually here. I'm on the other side of the continent for what must be one of the shortest work-related trips in history. Fly west on Monday, then fly back home Tuesday. Cool meeting in San Francisco for a cool event. Details when I return. Till then, I'll be blogging from some odd places. Please say hi to my wife and wish her sympathy, as she's now surrounded by three kids and a dog...and completely outnumbered. Stay tuned...
Make that two: We're still captioning this week's Caption This entry. Hope you can share a thought or two. Click here to start the fun. Thematic Photographic's still a go, too (no, it's not too late to submit your light-themed photo or link. Head over here to see what the fuss is about.)