Mexico Trip, Additional Pictures
Kodak Installed Sightes
I swear Kodak paid these artists to install these works of art. They
are spaced apart far enough apart for you to wind your film but not to
far to recase your camera. When I was there, I always had to wait
to get a "clear" shot free of posing tourists.
A Little more Natural
I took both of these pictures while on the cab trip with my tripod.
As part of our tour we stopped at the river below Chico's paradise.
After touring the predator movie site (don't go!) we stopped at a beach
and ate lunch. The beach was mostly rocky but had a few sand spits
into the relativly deep ocean. The water was deep and the snorkeling
was good - we stayed for more than two hours.
Shooting pictures of us was reservered for my light, fast, auto exposure
Pronea. The shot on the left is taken on the beach durring the cab
trip when I had my tripod. The shot on the right is from when Sean,
Thao and I took a day shopping downtown. Overall I was pleased with
the hand held results - they are shot at 1/60th of a second cradled in
My tripod was up in the room and I still didn't want to bring it out much.
I'm happy with these two shots - both are shot close to the same location.
As you can see, the resort (Mayan Palace) with huge and looked great.
The pool was lined with palms and was colder, but much clearer, than the
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