23 – procrastination

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAI tend to be more prolific with blog posts when I have a looming deadline. In this case, I have a major group project due tonight, which explains the blog post last night and tonight. I actually did pretty well tonight though – I made sure that I finished everything I was responsible for before I processed and posted these pictures online. With my input finished, the project is now a team effort, so I foresee plenty of frustration tomorrow afternoon and evening right before the 11:55 PM deadline.

But, I did make good use of my time today…well, after lunch and an outing at the park.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIt started getting pretty dark and windy and seeing as how we’re part Mogwai and part Wicked Witch of the West (we have a pathological fear of water falling from the sky), we sought shelter and went home. The kids watched 101 Dalmatians on Netflix while I sat and worked on my paper – though Shannon can attest to the fact that she did have to coerce me to make better use of my time…since I was playing with my E-3 and trying to figure out why the complimentary FL-40 flash that came with it was just not exposing pictures properly.

I used the E-3 at the park and it’s awesome. The downside – at 5 FPS with a seemingly infinite buffer, I can get a lot of pictures…245 in an hour and a half, to be exact.

For the two B&W pictures, I liked the composition more than the sharpness of the central subject, so yes, the capture of blurriness was somewhat intentional. For the first picture, I liked the juxtaposition of the lone palm tree against the tree line. I hate palm trees.

 

 

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