Was up in the mid part of the state again to help my brother. Got up super early Monday morning so I'd miss the rush hour traffic down here near home. His shop is really taking shape now as we finished up one wall and put some siding on it and painted it before moving the racks into position.
I've taken my Sony with me each time I went up there, but by the time it is picture taking time I'm too dirty and tired to deal with it so just use my trusty little Canon SD1000. It was cold up there too. This is the car yesterday morning at the hotel parking lot when we got up. I was bemoaning the fact I didn't have a camera with me and my brother says 'You do have a phone though.'
I'm not used to thinking of my phone as a camera. Here's an iPhone 7 shot of the car.
Yeah it was a little on the cool side for this So Cal guy.
Work at my brother's place continues. We've almost got the mezzanine completed. We made one big door out of the two smaller ones at the far end of the shop. Things are progressing at a good pace according to him.
Not that anyone here is interested, I still thought I'd up date this thread as to how the shop build is going.
It was a hard 2 days of work, half day Wed, full day Thurs, half day Fri, this past week but it is slowly getting there.
I put the mezzanine together for the Speedster shed inside the shop. Lot of hard work for an old guy. The place is really taking nice shape as the new garage door is in, the new shop building is up and a few signs are hung.
I know you all have just been dying for the next shop build up date, so here it is.
New shop is now insulated. Racks are being installed to get things off the floor. More cars are showing up and taking up space.
Enjoyed seeing your Sd1000 stuff, AoA. My wife and I each have a successor, the SD1100is from new in 2008.
The images are so good that have never troubled to load CHDK. My own sample has finally developed one hot pixel that must be cloned out.
Over time the exterior got a bit scratchy, so I swaddled it in gaffer's tape - improves gripability too, but the faux red duct tape Leica dot is getting a tad grubby ~
Used to be with me always, but latterly became a real fan of the Canon S95 & S100.