Got up early to catch the last burst of color from all the flowers at the Cincinnati Zoo.
This little critter was hard to get looking directly at the camera.
He kept rotating his head all around.
Lastly, note his pupils. I wonder if that is an effect of the shadow and sun.
90,000 tulips at the Zoo, with over 40 varieties.
I figure I was about a week or so late, as many were dropping petals – but it was still a lovely sight.
Long day at work, but good.
Ended up staying in on a Friday night wandering my apartment trying to fire off a shot to capture the day.
This photo of a photo printed on canvas will have to do.
It’s some unidentified wall art that was super reasonable so I don’t feel too bad by sun fading.
Sometimes I think my camera is bonkers (images are too soft, metering is whacky), but I’ve
found that just shutting it down and starting over seems to work.
Here I was testing to make sure things stuck in focus with a few items sitting on my desk.
I’ve taken pictures of these things more than once, but I’m still not bored with ‘em.
In other news, I filed my taxes.
The Ford Transit Connect has an unfortunate name, but it’s one of my favorite new vehicles
on the road these days.
But this car/truck thing is the closest I’ve seen to a modern and economical road trip hauler.
You could pack a lot of t-shirts in this sucker.
A hat tip to the delivery man that let me give it a once over and ask about fuel economy.
(27 MPG on a good day, he said.)
Caught wind of old friends playing jazz out at the Northside Tavern on a school night.
Though I worked super late, I wrapped up in time to catch their last set.
Good times, great music.
Oh, and these guys are called simply The Quartet, even though there might be six folks playin’.
Just thought I’d clear that up.