The British Museum:
11 February 2001, Kodak DC-4800 at ISO-100, 1/180 at f/2.8, 6mm, here.
Dusty Baker walks from the mound to the dugout at Wrigley Field for the last time as manager of the Cubs:
1 October 2006, ISO-200, 1/800 at f/6.3, 200mm, here.
Scotland, on the Kyle of Lochalsh train:
23 June 1992, Kodachrome 64, Canon T-90 with Tamron 35-210mm f/4.5-5.6, exposure unrecorded, probably about here.
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) in the Chicago Pride Parade this afternoon:
ISO-200, 1/800 at 4/5.6, 250mm, here.
I've got more photos from the event up on SmugMug.
In honor of last night's historic law in the Empire State:
25 July 1984, Kodachrome 64, exposure unrecorded, 50mm, here (I think).
St. Michael's Monestery, Kiev, Ukraine:
9 May 2009, Canon 20D, ISO-200, 1/1000 at f/8, 200mm, here.
Avoiding the traffic jam somewhere in southern Wisconsin:
13 October 2003, Kodak DC4800 at ISO=100, 1/700 at f/8, 13mm.
You can see the past photos of the day in my SmugMug gallery.
The U.S. Capitol at sunset:
12 January 2002, Kodak DC4800, ISO-100, -0.5 EV, 1/700 at f/4.5, 18mm,
On the James River, just downstream of Richmond, Va.:
1 February 2003, Kodak DC4800 at ISO-140, -1 EV, 1/90 at f/3.4, 11mm, near here.
This came from from my old Kodak DC4800, which I mentioned yesterday. Like yesterday's, it looks great on the blog at 500x750, but it doesn't have much more resolution than that, and Adobe Lightroom helped it along a little.