Took the new macro setup outside into the garden to try it out but high wind gusts made it difficult to get sharp results. I also need to find a more solid bracket to attach the magic arm as the plastic one lacks rigidity.
Nevertheless, the results are encouraging
My habit of bringing found things home to photograph pays an occasional dividend.
Perhaps it’s the cold weather but lately I have wanted nothing more than an afternoon nap every day.
I suppose there are now several generations of Australians who won’t know what a Sunshine Harvester was and there would be very few people left who saw one working.
They lay abandoned on farms rusting away, except for the seats, which were repurposed as they are surprisingly comfortable in spite of being metal.
Don’t let rain put you off making images. Get out there between downpours and see the difference it makes when things are wet.
I can’t walk past things like this.
This image has a lot going on. The wire and the shadow it casts had originally put me off until I realised their potential to draw the eye into the image/ Made me wonder what other things I am ignoring that could be put to better use…