Travel photos

I’ve added a few more photo sets in my photo area.

I have two from my holiday travel to Tulsa that I have just posted. One is a bunch of photos driving from Tulsa to Texas and the other is around the time I was driving through New Orleans.

I have also posted some more recent pictures from my New York trip as well…

  • Big Apple: Sure, a ton of people at the Linux expo up in NYC had nice Mac laptops, but I’m referring to one of the nicknames to one of the world’s most famous cities.
  • Central Park: Steve (Skatters), his dad, and I walked through Central Park, on the way to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The skies quickly turned overcast and it began pouring rain.
  • The Met: When taking pictures in the museum, the use of flash is not permitted. As such, none of these pictures use any type of flash; I had to be really still with the camera. Be sure to check the insane exposure times while I held my Olympus still in my hands. A few friends have since dubbed me "the human tripod". *smile*
  • DC Sunset: I got to Washington D.C. a bit too late to get any great photographs. I did bring my tripod, but I had some men in uniform yelling to me at gunpoint when I tried using it. They insisted that I immediately put up my tripod and stop taking pictures. It was supposedly something in the name of "national security". *shrug*
  • DC Mall: Due to the previous night’s events, I decided to stay another day in the nation’s capital. Better lighting usually helps generate nicer pictures. (:

I have more photos on my laptop’s hard drive right now… and I will upload them somewhat soon (probably within the next week). Many of the photographs are from Philly.

As always, enjoy the pics. (:

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One Response to “Travel photos”

  1. Parlor Inventor says:

    I like your photographs….

    The pics with long shutter-times are really great! Just tried an Olympus 3030 (or 3020 or so) in a local photo-store and I was really amazed about the quality, white-balance and silence of the cam. Next week I hope to be the owner of a 2040 as second take-almost-everywhere cam beside my (in most circumstances too big, too noisy) Canon EOS100, and the quality of the pics on this site is one of the main reasons to buy it 🙂