Another in the continuing Maine Series, of course ...
The old axiom, "the best camera is the one you have with you," proves itself true all too often, especially when you think, "nah, I won't need my camera right now," just as something cool appears on your mental screen. This image, for instance, was just begging to be captured after a fantastic lunch in downtown Rockland, Maine. I wasn't looking for it, per se, but it was there. Had I not carried my gear around, looking a bit like a loony foreign tourist in small town Maine, I might have just stood there thinking how cool a picture it might make. Never know what'll strike you, so it always pays to have a camera.
The other interesting thing, for this image, is that fellow photographer and friend, Tom Petzwinkler, was right beside me. He's taller than me by a head and using completely different gear, so his image, which I look forward to seeing, will undoubtedly be different and differently cool.
Larger version here: Eyes on the Sky