Well, the Screenwriting Expo 4 trip is over and I’m on my way home. I figured that I would throw up a mini travel photo-blog so here goes.
First off, I was surprised by how few people there were on the beaches. It was a nice sunny day and the beaches didn’t have a whole lot of people doing the sun and surf thing.
Flying over northern California, there were a lot of fires in the mountains and it made for some photogenic landscapes what with the setting sun and all.
We flew right next to Mount Saint Hellens and it was doing a little steaming so that had me snapping a few images.
I’d have liked to have had my digital SLR for this so that I could have gotten better quality images but the old Canon D30 is a bear to haul around if the point of the trip isn’t photography… which is why I bought this little Pentax in the first place. It’s a brand new model with six megapixels but it doesn’t produce anywhere near as nice an image as my five year old D30 with its three megapixels. But that is the focus of another article that I’m working on so I’ll just go back to the pictures I did get… which are always better than the pictures I didn’t get.
The sun was just about perfect as we started dropping in on Vancouver and it made for some sweet cityscapes.
Another plane ride up to Prince George and then another three hours of driving get me back home where the next morning greeted me with a blanket of snow… it looks a little different from yesterday morning in LA.