Illusion at Noe and Market
I took some time off from photography last month because my partner Mark bought a new motorcycle. I used to ride bikes but gave them up for adulthood. That's over now, so I had to get a motorcycle. I haven't picked up a real camera in four weeks. This picture was taken from a bar called "The Lookout", located at Noe and Market Streets, with my Android and an app called Retro Camera. Noe and Market is a great place for photography, almost as good as Church and Market. The intersection, because of the signal light sequence, is more like watching "Frogger", as pedestrians, motorcycles, cars, shopping carts, and bicycles all take advantage of San Francisco's version of the "Right of Way" rule which is the same as the "It's all about me rule". Of all the shots this "illusion" of car chaos, almost like a roll of the dice, was created by Mark waving his hand in front of me trying to get me to stop taking pictures. LOL. F8 and be there.
No comments posted.
Recent PostsMy Thoughts on Street Photography, the Fuji X Trans System, and Firmware 4.0 Android Camera Saves the Day Sunset, Bay Windows, Nob Hill Infrared West Marin #2 West Marin Infrared Streets of San Francisco Smoker On Eddy Street Cameras Best When Used The Paradise of New York Street Photography All Around Us