Tom T. Hall did a great song, a classic, titled “I Like Beer” … and I do! 🙂 My current favorite is a local beer, Fat Tire Amber Ale, brewed by New Belgium Brewing Co. up in Ft. Collins, Colorado. However, I do occasionally drink some Bud Light … once in a blue moon. Actually the Blue Moon beer is quite good, too.
We’ve cut back to just one car, so when my wife is using the car I end up going for walks around our small community. What surprises me is how different things can look from one day to the other. Something that I walked by without even seeing a few days ago might make an interesting photo today, at least for me. And, of course, with the change in the weather from winter to summer (overnight, it seems), there are some things like the blue umbrellas that weren’t even there a day or two ago. I guess that’s one thing that keeps photography so interesting, the endless variety and continually changing landscape.
Inside one of the local automated car washes, done in HDR with the Sony NEX-6. (Three exposures with ± 3.0 EV. ) This was not done with the Auto HDR, but I took the three shots and processed them in Nik HDR Efex Pro and Lightroom 4.
The top and bottom two shots in this post were all with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 and Olympus 14-150mm lens.