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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Balboa Park San Diego - Late Afternoon / Early Evening Walk

I spent a few hours in the very late afternoon and early evening on Sunday wandering around Balboa Park with my new Fuji X-E1 and a couple of lenses. It was bright and sunny, and a little cool, a perfect afternoon for a walk. The Park was crowded with people enjoying the nice weather.

The late afternoon sunlight, especially this time of year, is particularly nice for photographing the buildings.

Just as I was getting back to the car to head home I looked up and saw this - the just about full moon rising in the east. Of course, that meant dinner would have to wait. These shots were all taken hand-held, since I completely forgot that I had my tripod in the back of the car.

One last shot - a family out for an evening stroll, with the Moon rising up above them.

Click here to see more images from my later afternoon / early evening walk around Balboa Park with the Fuji X-E1 and the 18-55mm and 35mm lenses, all shot hand-held, on Sunday, February 24, 2013.

1 comment:

  1. Hi! Lovely shots with Fuji! I got my own Fuji X-E1 week ago and I really like it. Greetings from Finland!


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