Categories: _Photography, UrbanArtistry
I ignored the flashes of lightning all around me. They either had your number on them or they didn't.
J.D. Salinger, For Esme - With Love and Squalor
This past saturday I had the opportunity of working with a group from a church called Coast Hills. It was just a day group, so all I did was lead them in in the morning, then hang out and make sure they had all they needed to do their stucco job on a school near El niño. I didn't have to help them with the actual stucco, they were more than equiped, so I took a bunch of pictures of them, and the school grounds. These are some of the pictures I liked:
A rare self-portrait. (reflection off of a window on my truck)
The Jaws of Education.
Macro shot of the top of a playground slide after rain.
Inside of the almost finished edeficio de escuela.
This is the Otay Mesa border crossing. From where I was when I took this picture, it took me 90 minutes to get into the states...and I had to pee !
I love this shot, from inside the school grounds looking out to the road.
Vista de one of the pre-existing school buildings, con el nombre de la escuela.
Just having fun with my camera
I apologize to my co-workers for sending their blog entries so far down due to my pics.
I love photography! Here are a couple pictures I took yesterday morning while waiting for someone.
I took a bunch of photos while in Mexico today for our new camp dedication service thingy. I know it is a lot, but I don't like having to pick which pics don't make the cut. So I am putting all the ones I like up. Enjoy, or should I say, "Disfruta".
Sorry for overriding your post, bob.
So I went a little crazy while driving 80mph on the freeway and decided to take some pictures. Ok, so I wasn't actually driving, George was, but it is still hard to take pictures when you can't focus from bumps and rain and etc. But some interesting prints came out anyhow, here u go...