Day 332 – November 28, 2018
Wrong – 24 Weekly Photo / Neat vs Lax- Weekly Prompts Word Prompt / A Single Step – Weekly Quote Inspired / #5 – Wordless Wednesday (pause for a couple of seconds before reading the post 😉)/ Trail – FOWC / Brilliance – RDP / Camaraderie – WODC
This may appear wrong, but it really isn’t. It’s not like they didn’t see the security cameras along the trail. I took a photo in this location in a previous 365 and I really thought it was rather neat. It’s one of those that you kind of have to look at it a couple of times to see and register the different details that are caught in the photo. I was really happy with the timing. I took a couple where the focus is on the highway and off in the background, but I kept coming back to this one. There is something very unique about the truck above. I kept thinking that something was playing tricks on me or my lens. There is a person in the cab. The thing is, that cab is not the main one, it is part of the semi, pretty much right behind the main cab. Or is it? Upon closer inspection I noticed another set of wheels that could not be that trucks, so I am thinking that it is the cab of a truck next to the semi. Or is it really next to it? Could it be another truck moving in the opposite direction? The highway runs North to South and North traffic would be in the lanes closest to me. So it is possible that it could be either scenario. Or perhaps it is just an illusion and the space in between is not a cab after all, but just a trick made by the speed of the truck vs my shutter speed and the bokeh I created. The one thing that really baffles me though, is how did that street light get in there and how is it so clear? Some real tough questions I asked myself and for what? To make sure I had a photo to post today. Which, by the way, was much colder, windier and caused some serious snow showers on the way to work this morning. You would think it was winter or something. Have a magnificent Thursday! Make room for something new.
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I Was Born in that Building! (No lie. That’s the Presidio in SF and the brick building is the shell of what use to be Letterman General Hospital. and, yes I was born in that building before they closed it and opened a new one shortly after.)