It’s rare to get precipitation these days in SF. I probably should have walked around and snapped some more pictures, but I was kind of lazy. Anyway, here are a couple of pics from the day.
I was at the mall and was returning a pair of jeans I bought from Gap. I saw these plants on my way out. There’s nothing special, but I just loved the colors.
Seriously, there was mist everywhere. I kind of wish I brought my macro lens instead. Doh.
Here’s a picture of the ferry building. I think every single tourist has a photo of this. I wonder if it’d be possible for me to shoot a long enough exposure to get some stars in the background. Hmmmm…
Okay, there’s nothing really special about this photo. I just wanted to show you guys my neighborhood. I will say that I really like how the light reflects of the wet asphalt. I’m going to have to keep this in mind for future photos.
Besides all the restrictions, the music offered is mostly of nevde-hearr-of atrists. I find it to be not a very smart decision for someone to pay any amount, no matter how low, in order to be able to use music that is not even that popular. What if the video itself is indeed popular and the practically unknown (and paid for) song gains popularity though that? Is the YouTube user paid anything?