This Spring – Through My Eyes

By: Feanare

May 12 2008

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Category: Conceptual, Nature, Spring

5 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:40mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/349 sec
Camera:PENTAX K10D

Sometimes things just happen. And sometimes they don’t. This shot was one of those things which just did happen. I was just outside for a walk, and wanted to try something a bit different. I am just a poor student so my list of fancy equipment is rather short. This you see here is pretty much all I have, a camera house, a basic lens and a cheap pair of sunglasses.
But, after all, I do have a whole lot of nature, trees, flowers, animals and people and even some sort of civilization.
No reason to complain, really 🙂

I guess I just needed to tell this to myself.
Day 12 of my one-picture-a-day-month.
Enjoy your day!:)

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5 comments on “This Spring – Through My Eyes”

  1. This is a fantastic photo! Out of focus in just the right places, and the glasses give it a unique quality that’s very compelling. I understand exactly what you mean, poor student with just a few things to his name. I basically live on Ramen but what can you do? Things can only get better from here, right?

    ~jm loverink

  2. Thank you so much for your comment. It made me smile all yesterday. Yeah, things can only get better from here.
    Enjoy your day!
    Feanare

  3. yes, excellent! fab colour too!
    and i absolutely adore your blog layout, btw! i want to steal.. er… ‘borrow’ it 😉

  4. Just do it. Go and change your theme to the Monotone Theme, and there you go 😀
    Well, actually you will have to regenerate all your posts, but anyway.
    Thank you so very much for your kind comments.

  5. […] borrowed this idea from our Norwegian friend Feanare. Artists often nurture and inspire one another and imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. […]


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