I wonder if these guys realize that I use what is not much more than a point and shoot camera.
It does look intimidating to some, as it has bulk and what looks to the average I will take your picture with my phone and try not to cut off your head photographer like an incredible lens. It is a great zoom. I love my zoom.
So I point and I shoot and I sort.
So, what would I put in an exhibition? Should I go far? Stay close to home? Focus in close? Zoom to the distance? How far would I go??
What would I put in an exhibition?
|the snout of the glacier---oh, and those guys on the snowboards|
|Not even the main peak peeking|
|What wood grow here?|
|Earlier this summer--close to the wildfire burning now.|
|They said "What in the world is she taking a picture of?" |
and then they looked,
and took a picture themselves. Hiking in Scotland.
|Another view from the same hike.|
|Love these sheep by Hadrian's Wall!!|
|In Lincoln, UK|
|I did take some ordinarily touristy pictures while in Wales.|
|OK, so he was at a wildlife park, but do stay out of his way. Did I mention I love my zoom?|
|Another local character--there on the left.|
|And while they were looking for touristy views...|
|My brother and his friend.|
|ghost town textures|
|Everyone else was taking a picture of Half Dome.|
|Oh, remember the cattle drive--do I live in the Old West or what? (actually, it is a bit more of the or what.)|
|Bloom where you are planted.|
OK, I have to do a new header tomorrow. So what shall it be????