Saw a tweet from Toy R Us that they are closing their doors in 5 days. So I decided to pay a visit to the first Toys R Us I visited as a kid (back in the 90's). And there were about 5 shelves still with stuff with the rest of the store full of … Continue reading Goodbye Toys-R-Us
It was on a cloudy day in December of 2017 when me and a friend visited the beach in Corpus Christi when I came upon this sign, nothing special about it besides that I liked the way it looked with the Bob Hall Pier in the background and grey skies, lonely I would say. … Continue reading “No Vehicles Beyond This Point”
Saw this while riding my motorcycle today. This "abandoned" in front of what appears to be a wedding venue that goes by the same name. Figured this was a nice shot of a well weathered pickup truck.
Hi again, another post in the random photography series. I took this picture when I was visiting Cripple Creek Colorado. I took the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad that day and in the end of the track was this valley. https://500px.com/embed.js The picture came out somewhat blurry in the edges, probably because … Continue reading Random Photography: Cripple Creek Valley, Colorado
Since I was bored from playing games inside the house I decided to grab my camera and head out to the Pennybacker bridge to take some pictures. This was the day after Christmas and it was hazy and cold, so unfortunately there are no blue skies or pretty clouds in this picture. Out of all … Continue reading Random Photography: Pennybacker Bridge, Austin TX
It took me a while, but I found a pair of City Turbo's at my local Target. I couldn't just leave it alone. So i painted the headlights and taillights of the car. Also, after some digging around my collection, I found the Honda Odyssey that has the same design as the City Turbo, they … Continue reading Honda City Turbo II
Got myself a new camera and retired the old T3i. My new setup (so far) is the Sony A6000 mirrorless camera, paired with the stock 16-50 mm lens. So far I'm liking this camera a lot. A lot more portable than my old T3i. I have been playing a lot with it lately so expect … Continue reading Macro: Nissan Skyline and Subaru STi