Rainbow Over Manly
Was looking out the back window of the apartment this evening when I noticed a bunch of people in neighbouring apartments taking photo’s of the sky. I quickly grabbed my camera, and ran out the front downstairs.
Wow, what a view! Pity I only had my 28–135 IS onboard, and not the 18–300 F2.8 L IS that I am sure Canon are going to come out with any day!
Looking the wrong way? I don’t think so…
Sometimes nowadays we can get too caught up in the details, the minutiae of controls and settings. Did we set ISO correctly? What about white balance? Am I in the right position? What about over there? Is the foreground cluttered? Rule of Thirds?
Sometimes our favorite images are captured, not through technical excellence and precise adjustments of the camera controls, but by standing back and looking around.
Sometimes our best images are captured, not by focusing on what everyone else is looking at, but by looking the wrong way…
MS Queen Victoria alongside in Sydney
I have just posted a new gallery of some shots of the Cunard Line cruise ship MS Queen Victoria on her recent visit to Sydney, Australia. For more information on this beautiful ship, check out this Wikipedia entry, or the Cunard Line website.
Go take a look!