Drive-by Photography

May 15, 2009 at 8:56 am Leave a comment

blackberry-curve-8330I have a Blackberry. It’s not really mine. My company issues them so they can contact employees in the middle of the night just in case there’s a problem, such as the national media over-hyping pig flu resulting in a butt-load of internet traffic coming into our site and causing issues on our network (really).

I’ve never been a fan of electronic devices, even though I have an ipod (I hate mainstream radio). You see people all the time who are married to the thing – constantly communicating with everyone in the world except the ones who are right there with you. However, my Blackberry’s saving grace is the fact that it has a reasonably decent camera and a 4 GB micro SIM card. Since I got it at the end of last summer, I’ve taken upwards of 1700 pictures – mostly family shots, but also a lot of what has been happening around me.

This morning, when I stepped out the front door, the fog was as thick as peanut butter:

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But, on my way to work, I cross over a mountain. At the summit, the sky was almost clear and the sun was shining brightly. Below me, the valley was still covered in a thick blanket of fog:

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I descended the other side of the mountain into the valley where the fog was still lingering and snapped a few more pictures:

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