About two weeks ago, I took you to Old Town,
a renovated district
in the center of my city.
From there, it was a short walk to Heros, a sports bar and grill.
My friend Sally and I have been here before.
I walked past this wood carving before, not realizing it was a baseball bat, ball, and glove.
That's because it has always been so dark in here when I tried to take photos.
So dark in fact, I had never noticed the racer that was hanging from the ceiling,
or the bicycles above another area. I could even make out Sally from across the room.
It was a far cry from the last time we were here with my old camera. No wonder I didn't see the racer (car) you can barely see in the upper right of the above photo. What a difference a camera makes!
I tried to capture the picture above our table, but the glare of the televisions on the glass prevented a good photo.
Sally was watching one of the many TVs, while I was taking a few more photos. I almost missed photographing the water with lemon we both ordered.
I kept scanning the room for more things I could find I hadn't noticed before.
I spent a lot of time trying to get a decent photo of this helmet. I learned I need to steady my hand, or use a tri-pod for very detailed shots. There is a function on my camera for steadiness, but I haven't checked it out, yet. Maybe I should do that soon (grin).
Sally and I both ordered veggie pizza, and in my haste to take the photo of our two pizzas, I thoughtlessly pushed my drink (water) out of camera range.
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