Couldn’t resist doing a reflection…
Decorative ends on the house.
This week’s challenge – a bit more challenging, but still exciting – was shooting for the moon. Literally. Anyway, the clouds that have been hanging around, threatening snow didn’t exactly cooperate, so most of these are from the archives.
The clouds parted briefly, and this is what I got…
This one and all the ones that follow are from the archive. If I remember right, I had the camera set to landscape, inside SCN.
Lucky shot. . . On auto, I think.
Landscape, SCN. I discovered that the best time to get a great moon shot is early morning, as the sun is coming up, or when late afternoon, before the sun sets.
On another note, I’m curious to see what kind of camera you all use…
This week’s challenge was to find some reflections…. harder than it looks, but if you have enough mud puddles that haven’t dried up yet and reflective surfaces, you’re bound to come up with something!
This is one of our last remaining mud puddles, they’ve been drying up in all this nice weather we’ve been having. Still managed to get a picture of the trees across the road and the power lines.
This kerosene lamp sits in our bay window in the living room and everyday when it starts to get light out, the lamp starts to reflect the hedge trees along the road. It really is beautiful to see.
This weeks challenge was to shoot something from up high and/or down low. My shots:
Up high. Took this in SCN, museum. The museum setting uses no flash and the camera is silent, good for distances in between close up and landscape.
Same setting, I only used a timer for this picture, as the light was kind of low. 2 seconds, if I remember right.
Down low! Museum again, zoomed all the way out