Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A Quick Trip to SLO

San Luis Obispo, California
One of the things I love about traveling is the opportunity to see something new. More than that, it gives me the chance to slow down. Michael and I spent all day Sunday walking around San Luis Obispo taking photos. About half of these were shot with my new Diana lens, the other half with my trusty 24-70mm.

I love old motel signs. If it wasn't for the van peeking out from above the hedge, it'd be hard to date this photo.

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The Diana gives this tree a soft dreamy look.

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San Luis Obispo, wedding photographer, wedding photography

Utility boxes look much nicer when they're painted.

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There's something creepy about Mary's reflection in the window. Maybe because her face looks like it's gone?

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Store window with pretty bridal gowns and tuxes.

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Meet Annie, the bloodhound. I never realized bloodhounds were so tall!

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I borrowed Michael's iPod Touch for this hipstamatic shot.

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San Luis Obispo, wedding photographer, wedding photography

Bubblegum Alley is one of the smelliest and grossest landmarks ever. Newer, bright-colored gum rests on top of layers of old, black, dried-out chicle.

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Is it art? A health code violation? One thing's for sure, Monk wouldn't be caught dead in here.

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Love this door handle.

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Now this alley is more like it.

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The sketch artist looks lost in thought.

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