Nice post. I like the shot featured and the close up of the broken keys. Also some of the bridge pictures, which I presume were also taken while out and about. I have often seen things that I thought about stopping to shoot also. There is 1 particular barn I pass every day. I keep thinking, one day they are going to knock it down and I hope I have stopped to shoot it before they do! I may have to start taking mine to work, though I'll feel a bit goofy carrying it to my desk every day because I won't leave it in the hot car.
Thanks. Yeah, the bridge shots are all from just being out and about and stopping every time I cross the bridge.
The heat doesn't seem to affect the camera. As I said mine lives in my trunk. I have it in a Pelican case which keeps it a little cooler, but it is often 100+ inside the case. The camera has been there for coming up on 3 years and no ill effects. It was 100* here yesterday and when I went to take the camera out the metal on the hot shoe burned me it was so hot, but again, no apparent harm has come to the camera.