July 20, 2010 Photo Three Hundred and Forty-two

By: Richard T Haines

Aug 04 2010

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Category: Rule of Thirds, Shallow Depth of Field, Texture

2 Comments

Aperture:f/7.1
Focal Length:85mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/250 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 50D

A little bit like getting back to basics here. I’m close to getting caught up to today’s date. But I’m really behind in terms of proper number of pictures. My first photo was on March 21, 2009, today’s real date is Aug. 4, 2010. So, this means I should be posting Photo Five Hundred and ten. Wow, did I ever let myself fall behind. By Aug 31, I should have reached Five hundred and thirty-seven. I’m never going to get that caught up one hundred percent. But I’ll see how close I can get by the end of the month. Then I’ll have to revaluate how to run the rest of this blog.

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2 comments on “July 20, 2010 Photo Three Hundred and Forty-two”

  1. It becomes a challenge, doesn’t it? I like this shot. For some reason, I was trying to determine if the insect was dead or alive. It must be the pose that creates my wonder. Great job!

    • Thanks for that! I am tempted to tell you whether or not it was alive, but then I might kill off that wonder. So I guess I’ll keep my mouth shut. Take care.


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