The Bright Spot


The Bright Spot

f/9, 1/125, ISO-200, 300mm

I guess the thing I like most about this shot is that I took it without a tripod…holding it in my hand, and it’s fairly sharp. Could be better, but at 300mm and only 1/125, I’m pretty pleased at how little movement there is.

Originally I wasn’t going to post this, but with the things that have been popping up around here lightly I thought I should remind myself of the bright spots in my life and to take a moment to count the small blessings. They are often the ones with the greatest meaning.

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