Here’s a few shots I took on Monday. Nothing too spectacular, and they’re a bit noisy due to low light, but a bit of tweaking in Lightroom made them better.
[From pinniped: The Locals]
Print Edition | Subscribe NEWS POLITICS OPINIONS LOCAL SPORTS ARTS & LIVING CITY GUIDE JOBS CARS REAL ESTATE RENTALS CLASSIFIEDS SEARCH: washingtonpost.com Web | Search Archives washingtonpost.com > Health Print This Article E-Mail This Article E-MAIL NEWSLETTERS View a Sample and Sign Up Lean Plate Club Manage Your Newsletters Greening the Gear Bamboo Bikes and Sustainable Skateboards Put a New Spin on Sports By Kathleen Hom Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, September 11, 2007; Page HE01 From natural cleaning products to hemp clothing, the Green Revolution has transformed the contents of our kitchen cabinets and closets. Now, sporting and fitness goods manufacturers are taking the trend outdoors, marketing upscale products that boast a new sensitivity to the environments in which they are used. “When you paddle out [into the waves] and you see Styrofoam cups, plastic bags, cigarettes, what enters your mind is what you’re buying and . . . what you’re riding in the ocean [From Greening the Gear – washingtonpost.com]
Patagonia’s Regulator (see Ali Mills’s comments) and a review of Body Glove’s Bio Stretch.