It’s seems like such a long time since I have done one of these posts! I was planning to do one last week, but woke up Sunday morning to a computer meltdown instead – not quite how I was planning to spend my day.
I’ve got a bit of a mixed bag from the last two weeks… Fingers crossed I can get back into the routine of weekly photos again 🙂
Have a great week everyone!
I was very excited that the first time I’ve saw Bohemian Waxwings happened to be on a bright, sunny day.
These were part of a larger group that were in my neighbourhood for a very short period of time. If I had left a few minutes later for my lunchtime walk, I would have missed them. 1/800 sec, f5.6, ISO 320
This fox has become a fixture in the neighbourhood, but (s)he is very shy and scurries away as soon as Spencer and I get close. The weather has been to iffy to haul around my big lens, so zoom and cropping are my friends. 1/500 sec, f5.6, ISO 800
For the Monday supermoon, I went on a field trip with my photo club. After a year and a half living here, it’s the first time I have been down to photograph the train bridge. All you can see of the moon is the light trail on the water. 0.4 sec, f4.0, ISO 2000 (Nikon D610)
Same scene, different camera and a different interpretation. 0.3 sec, f3.1, ISO 1000 (Panasonic FZ1000)