Breakfast in America
Fuji XPro-2, 70mm, f/4, 1/60s, ISO 4000
I’ve been deprived of a digital camera for three months and deprived of San Francisco for three years. This morning I got up early thanks to the insane jetlag between HK and SFO and I strolled around before the sunrise. It’s good to be taking photos.
I only spent little time in Washington DC, but as soon as I saw that arcade at Union Station I knew I had to shoot it (and I wasn’t the only one…)
This is Manhattan’s Northern Dispensary where, apparently, Edgar Allan Poe was interned for a while. It’s a wonderful brick building that instantly screamed « shoot me » when I passed it.
This is one of the most stunning sights in Louisiana, this out of this world place where the highway suddenly intrudes on you (and the gators).