I've taken more than 300 pictures with my new camera, the Canon S90. Don't worry, you'll never have to look at all 300. Here are a few that will also give you some clues about what I've been doing the last two weeks (good things, that is).
This one was in the orchid room at the Phipps. The long, snaky thing just enchants me. Maybe some day I'll make a pattern from it.
Taken through glass inside the convention center. I was very pleased with the result.
I still don't know how to use all the features of the camera, but it does very well for itself on AUTO.
Above and below were shot at the old Pittsburgh Brewery where there was a show called Art All Night.
Went to the National Aviary for Breakfast with Birds sponsored by the fitness part of my Medicare Advantage plan. They want us to love them. Above was color-corrected in Photoshop; too blue originally.
The next two are from my walk in Frick Park. It was a hard winter; you can see where the tree fell; but spring is now well entrenched.
This is a print out of the Gigapan I spent so much time color correcting. I'm told this is only 3% of it's size: at 100% it would be 44 feet high.