Here we go again; this time I’ll be taking you along on a quick trip I took into San Francisco last week, and a little time I spent, mostly hanging out leaning against a parking meter at one corner taking photos of the happenings going by, and the scenery within that one block. I decided to try this strategy out, as suggested by that Nat Geo photographer whose seminar I attended several weeks ago; rather than moving about, staying in one place for awhile and seeing what you catch with your camera. I only had about an hour to spend taking photos that day, so thought this might just be the time to check it out. I had one curious tourist, who must have been watching me, come up and ask “what’s that you’re shooting?”, he had shaken me awake from the zen state I had drifted into, just watching and taking photos of things across the street; I was in some kind of trance I think. My reply: “what’s what?”, and then I woke up and said “everything”. The tourist kind of smiled at me and walked off (probably thought I was one of those street crazies). Oh, well. Hope to see you back here next week.