A few members of my local Flickr club had planned to meet somewhere downtown and shoot some stuff at night. As a long-time night enthusiast with experience and tips and tricks to share I was eager to help any beginners get up to speed, but nobody showed.
Oh well, I got a few things worth sharing and maybe they'll make it next time.
And maybe I'll stay home.
I was in Hemisfair Plaza again, and refined some of my earlier shots while improving my technique.
But then the overcast broke up and the full moon rose, playing peek-a-boo from behind the clouds.
The shot above is called "Tower Of The Am..."
I quickly moved to a higher location so I could get the clouds/moon textures behind one of the four spires that help anchor the AlamoDome.
Word on the street is that my birthday party yesterday was a great success, and that towards the end I got a little obnoxious. I never drink before midnight, but since it was a party...anyway, I apologize for any ruffled feathers although I'm hoping that nobody else remembers, either. If you're curious, today (the 30th) I reached the age that works well with the initialisms RPM and ACP both. Also a nice even yet odd number of angular degrees.