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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Job's Pond

Day 186/Year 2
Sometimes we do stupid things. Taking this photograph could be considered one of them. At least Mr. S and our 2 friends thought it was a stupid thing. We pulled up to Job's Pond on Saturday evening, as the wind was howling, and the rain was coming down heavily. I wanted this shot. I was the only one to get out of the car..........holding my camera under my jacket to protect it from the rain. Each time I took a shot, I would turn my body around so that my back was to the wind, and I would wipe off the lens.....then quickly turn around and grab another shot. I took just a few quick shots, then ran back to the car. I opened the car door to jump in, and the wind shut it on me!!! I had to struggle to get the door opened and keep it open.
Stupid? Maybe.......but it was FUN!!!!! And, it gave us something to laugh about as we drove along. :-)

On another note, I am being told by several people that they are having a difficult time posting comments. That makes me sad. :-( I LOVE to read comments. I will see what I can do about getting this straightened out.
EDIT: Since I did some changes to the comment settings, I have received 2 comments on previous threads. Woo-hoo!!!! Just wanted to update!
The Specs:
Nikon D90, 18-200 mm lens, ISO 640, 1/145, f5.6

4 comments:

  1. Carol, I'm loving all the foliage shots that you have been posting!

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  2. Thank you Janice. Fall is my "thing", so I try to get as many foliage shots as I can. I'll be heading back up North next week, after the wedding, so I hope to get lots more to share here!!! Thanks for stopping by Janice, and hope to see you soon!

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  3. Carol, not stupid, but crazy. It is an essential attribute of a good photographer. I had a similar experience photographing the Portland Light; cold, windy and rainy. I've also made some nice photographs in bright, sunny, -20 degree temperatures. I had to keep switching out batteries because they wouldn't last long in such cold temperatures.

    I like your shot of Job's Pond. I have a similar one but it wasn't raining when I made mine.

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  4. Thanks Al!!! A photographer's gotta do, what a photographer's gotta do!!!!! :-)
    Thanks for stopping by.

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