Although it was early October, we found some autumn color.
I am particularly happy with the way this one turned out. The red leaf on the ground caught my attention, but I didn’t notice how interesting the light on it was until I looked at it later.
Of course, since it was October, there were also plenty of Halloween decorations to take pictures of, ranging from the mundane to the quite disturbing.
As we wandered, I also took some more general photos.
I also took a photo of a sign commemorating the Big 8 Supermarket which was a great Asian market that was bought and shut down by some developer. I’m not sure what is going to be built at that location, but I’m assuming some kind of condos or an apartment building.
I was able to find only 1 photo of the Big 8 while it was still open. I’m sure I’ve taken more, but this one from 2019 was the only one that was easily retrievable. I took it with my Minolta XE with Lomography Color Negative 100.
I’ve had my Nikon Z fc for a year and a half and have relied more on my NIKKOR Z DX 18-140mm f/3.5-6.3 lens than the 28mm lens. Since it’s a zoom lens, the 18-140mm is obviously more versatile, but the 28mm is a great walking around lens since it’s so compact. The results are quite nice for being the inexpensive lens that came with the Z fc.