Here are the last few days of my 2012 Project 365. The subjects cover everything from spider webs to bowling balls with some skateboarding and Italian super-cars thrown in for good measure!
Day 103-Oh What A Wicked WebA web from an unknown source hangs in a bush in our front yard.
Day 104-I Lost My License Now I Don’t Drive
Most of you classic rock fans will recognize that the title of this photograph comes from a song.
Here is the badge from a beautiful white Mazerati Gran Turismo MC that was parked next to us at the grocery store. I wanted to get the entire vehicle but it was blocked in on both sides so concentrated on the iconic symbol of the car.
This car could be your’s for a cool 139 grand!
Some specs to drool over:
Engine: 4.7L V8
Top Speed: 187 (two more than a famous singer said his Mazerati goes)
Day 105-The Bailout
This afternoon we had an Atlanta #photowalk at the Old Fourth Ward Skatepark. +John Mason organized it and +Bob Baxley +Shane N. +Kent Foster showed up along with me. We had a good time and I got a lot of practice shooting moving objects. I got several good shots but this one is one of the better ones. It shows one of the guys “bailing out” as he exited the bowl to the right. I managed to get most things sharp and in focus, which I found is tough to do when your subject is moving.
I have a lot to learn yet but I had fun. I’m definitely looking forward to the next opportunity!
Day 106-Baked Bowling Ball
Here’s an easy to make recipe that’s guaranteed to improve your game:
-Preheat oven to 125-150 degrees Farenheit
-Take one well used bowling ball and place on center rack
-Carefully bake bowling ball for 20-30 minutes
-Remove from oven and wipe off accumulated oil sheen
-(repeat as necessary, up to 3 times)
I’ve tried this recipe in the past and it has improved the response and hitting power of my bowling ball, and that is a very good thing!