I found this little gem quite by accident. I was en route to a one-room school house and spotted this small trailor style diner nestled in the back of a parking lot and open for business. After explaining the "photo a day" concept, I took several shots and spent a bit of time talking to the owner - a retired gentleman originally from the Naples region in Italy. Then, in true Italian hospitality fashion, he handed me a small dish of something "I must try." It was zucchini spaghetti and a small meatball stuffed with cheese. His gravy is absolutely delicious, and the stuffed meatball was one of the best I've ever had. Zucchini spaghetti was a new experience, and I'm now a fan. He's only open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, but suffice it to say he now has a regular customer.
This shot showcases the standard processing of the new Canon 5D Mark III, and I also used this opportunity to try my newest lens - a "Fast 50". This was shot with a Canon EF 50mm f1.2L prime lens. Because of the brilliant sun, I shot at f/13, but I'd love to see what this lens would do with the shot below f2.2. I'll have to revisit it on a cloudy day.
Post processing involved a simple pop filter in Topaz Adjust. I applied a very slight levels adjustment and then brought out the saturation a hair. No sharpening was done, and no photo filters were added.