Driving from Petaluma to Napa

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Cable vs. Internet TV

How many of you watch MOST of your video on the internet? I wonder about this… I know that we got rid of cable about a year ago and watch everything over the internet now on our TVs… We use Google TV, Roku, and Apple TV. There’s no one-stop-shopping for everything video, but it’s not bad… What is your approach to this ever-changing video world?

Daily Photo - Driving from Petaluma to Napa

I’ve made this trip a few times, but it is usually in the morning and on the way from Napa to Petaluma.  This is usually the situation because I stay at my mom’s house before going over to do a show with Leo Laporte.  This time, it was the opposite (well, kinda… I didn’t sleep with Leo), but I did the show first then drove to Napa to have dinner with my mom.

Tom was with me, and we were on a sharp lookout for a good sunset situation.  While driving by this old barn, I saw a great opportunity, so we got out of the car to get all the equipment ready…

Driving from Petaluma to Napa I've made this trip a few times, but it is usually in the morning and on the way from Napa to Petaluma.  This is usually the situation because I stay at my mom's house before going over to do a show with Leo Laporte.  This time, it was the opposite (well, kinda... I didn't sleep with Leo), but I did the show first then drove to Napa to have dinner with my mom.Tom was with me, and we were on a sharp lookout for a good sunset situation.  While driving by this old barn, I saw a great opportunity, so we got out of the car to get all the equipment ready...- Trey RatcliffRead the rest of the post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • Casper van Zyl

    looks like canola fields nic pic off to do a wedding as a gift ‘Free”

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    Such a lovely shot with all the mustard – a favorite!!:)

  • http://petergiordano.com Peter Giordano

     Awesome shot Trey – Give me a call when you’re in town again.

  • http://blog.ahles.nl/ Patrick Ahles

    Great shot! I love these sunsets.

    About Google TV, Roku, Apple TV: it’s all very nice but since I live in Europe there is almost no content. So I stay away from these solutions for now.

  • http://simonmorris.me/ Simon Morris

    Beautiful shot Trey… wonderful composition!

    We have similar fields here on the South Island of New Zealand, which are full of Rapeseed (Brassica napus)… you can view them by clicking here, enjoy! http://simonmorris.me/2012/02/23/fields-of-gold/

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/4N3U5UT4VPUPB2O3YNMKW46VBY Gail M

    Beautiful photo, Trey.  I would love to take that drive!!  Glad you got to see you Mom.  I love her!!  Have a wonderful Saturday!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=576529374 Heather Hummel

    Stunning image, as always. Now I feel like taking a road trip north!

  • Jasse Chan

    CABLE VS. INTERNET TVI didn’t know where else to post a response to your question.When me and my young family lived abroad – we relied entirely on the internet for TV.  We lived on Apple TV because, when we lived in Switzerland, the only english channels were news ones.  We could use our Canadian Credit cards through our iTunes account, and we were quite happy to keep up with our favourite shows.The other Ex-Pat families that would visit us would see the Apple-TV, and it wouldn’t be long before they were downloading entire seasons of their favourite shows.I love the sky in your pic.  I’m assuming you used your 14-24 – that lens does magic with a semi cloudy sky!Thanks again for posting Trey!   My day isn’t complete without checking in here.cheers !Jasse

  • http://photoventures.wordpress.com/ Jeff Peterson

    Neither of the above.  We’re doing TV the old fashioned traditional way with over the air TV.  We live half way between Milwaukee and Chicago so we get stations from both cities, a total of about 40.  With the exception of sports, I don’t miss cable at all, there’s plenty to watch on the stations we get for free.  We supplement it with some streaming video from Netflix, TWiT, and the broadcast station websites for shows we miss.

  • myspacetom

    I would have driven right past this if it were not for Trey’s eagle eye that day :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/RoryMadStudios Michael White

    I love this one.  Petaluma is where my wife and I honeymooned at a little over 10 years ago.  Wonderful town and people.  You captured its essence quite well.

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