You needed to duck-pond it, m'dear!Excellent concept though ... even as it is there is so much to see in this image and the colours are so compatible. I like the neckline of that haircut.
There must have been a reason why I didn't duckpond, I think she had other people crowding round her on that side and with this lens I couldn't stand back and zoom in, I needed to be this close. I don't think I'll use this one much in the day, its not versatile enough. Just use it for night and museums etc.
Excuse my ignorange... what is duckpond?
I think it harks back to the pickle I got myself into with shot 50. I needed to take a step to the right to get a better angle, but that would have dropped me into the murky waters of Centennial Park.
Note to file: Don't forget to pack the waders.Thought I had a 50/1.8 lens teed up, but the bloke decided to keep it. I've managed for two years without, so another won't hurt I guess.One more (fitful) sleep!But the Daily will run till I get home at least!
All the best for your adventure: to both you and to Jo. I am drooling with envy.Keep us updated just every so often ...
Have a wonderful time. Look forward to seeing the results when you get back. When do you get back?
Thanks chaps! We're back on the 17th Nov.
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