Discussion in 'Street and Documentary' started by davect01, Jun 15, 2015.
We went to the pool Saturday, first time this season.
It is, 106°F today.
AH, Arizona....makes sense. I was griping with it being 95F yesterday...then again here it is not the temperature that gets you, it is the stinking humidity.
It was 95°F when I got out of work last night at midnight.
Good God, I don;t think I could do it!! LOL
A/C, a pool and knowing it does not get below 30°F in the winter.
I remember some cold COLD early mornings growing up in Tucson. Easily in the 20's and occasionally it would dip into the teens. But those were the really clear days/nights and it would always make it into at least the 60s by mid-day...
But, hey, it was a DRY cold too, and that seems to make just as much difference as with heat. I remember days at 15 below when I was living in the Colorado Rockies that never felt NEAR as cold as high teens in Rochester, NY...
When you say you're using the 28-70, is that the kit lens for the A7 used on an APS at more like 42-105? Or is it some 28-70 equivalent???
Cute shots BTW!
I'm a fall/winter guy. Love the cool, breezy air. Probably because I grew up without heat in the upstairs of our house in rural PA in the Appalachians.
You get into the hills and it gets quite cold. Flagstaff and around the Grand Canyon can get significant amounts of snow. It is nice to know snow is only a short car ride, without living in it.
Yes, that is the 28-70mm kit lens from the A7's x 1.5 on the APS-C Sensor.
Winter and Spring is prime time here in AZ for outdoor activities that do not include water.
I'm up for just about anything....the hitch is convincing the wife!
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