Another shot from last weekend.
To be honest there will be a lot of shots of Donegal appearing on this blog. I’ve family up there and I tend to spend a lot of time there.
Have camera, will snap
No real deep insights or comments about this for you. If you know Donegal, this is on the road between Dungloe and Doochary. The continued urbanisation of Donegal is a growing problem.
(1/200, f/8.0, metering – matrix, focal length – 18.0mm, 05/08/07 19:05)
I like this shot, but it suffers from a mistake I make a lot. If I’d stepped maybe two steps to the right it I think it would have been much better. Aside from the 47 billion options and widgets and doofers and stuff that you can do between picking the camera up and setting it down, there seems to be a whole bit about what you look at as well.
I read a good article on this in Digital SLR Photography last month and, assuming the opportunity presents itself, I’m going to try and play with this at the weekend.
Oh, and as you can see. Saturdays grey skies turned out just peachy on Sunday.