Saturday, December 26, 2009

Photo of the day, Dec. 27 2009 Canon 5D

There nothing like a winter trip to a great botanic garden's green house. This was shot in February of 2008 at the Planting Fields Arboretum in Long Island. The Canon 5D with the Sigma 50mm 2.8 Macro lens.

Photo of the day, Dec. 26 2009 Canon 1D II

Another one from December of 2007 with the Canon IDII and the 16-35 2,8 L.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Photo of the Day, Christmas 2009 Canon 1DII

Shot in December of 2007 with the Canon 1DII and the 16-38 f2.8 L.
Merry Christmas to one and all. Thank you for visiting.
Rocco Galatioto

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Photo of the day, Dec 24, 2009 Nikon D2H

A rainy day in April 2005 in Piazza San Marco with the Nikon D2H and the Sigma 18-135.


Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Photo of the day, Dec 23, 2009 Olympus E 300

With winter here can spring be far behind. Shot with the Olympus E 300 and the 14-45 lens. It was a wonderful early June day in 2006 at the rose garden of the Brooklyn Botanic garden.

Monday, December 21, 2009

Photo of the day, Dec 22, 2009 Canon 20D

The 20D was and still is a great camera. Paired with the 24-85 3.5-4.5 EF lens it makes for a great travel kit. This was shot in late September of 2007.

Photo of the day, Dec 21. 2009 Canon 1D II

The winter solstice. The only good thing about it is that from now on the days wioll get longer. I return to this spot on the Delaware River. This is shot from the Pennsylvania side looking south and taking in a bridge by Roebling. Beautiful spot. Shoy in the Middle od October 2007 with the canon 1D II and the 16-35 2.8 L.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Photo of the day, Dec. 20 2009 Canon 5D

Because it's really snowing in NYC, my thoughts turn to summer. I hate the winter, the snow and anything wintry. This is an old school house in northern NJ. Up to a few years ago, it was run by a local group that kept it open for people to visit and enjoy. It was then turned over to the Federal Government that now keeps it closed all the time and allows no visitors anymore. It makes my anarchical genes rise. At any rate, it was shot in late August of 2007 with the Canon 5D and the EF 35mm 2.8 lens.