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Ive just arrived home from a short walk (6km). While I was crossing a field the moon was low and huge, the sky was blue at the horizon and blended into purple then dark blue, It loked perfect but I had left the camera at home, It would have made a lovely shot,
Has anyone else had this problem lately,
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Happens to me all the time, Jamie.
Sometimes its nice to just experience things like that without worrying your head about exposures and apertures. It really is beautiful tonight.
I have to say, quite a few times recently I have thought about dashing home for the camera but decided to enjoy the evening rather than try (usually unsuccessfully) to capture it.
That was exactly what I saw, well done for having the camera handy,
I'm starting to think that I should have my camera grafted to my face, for how many ops I've missed in the last little while.
Yup, had me camera with me, but couldn't find a clearing fast enough so I ended up takin this instead.
I've had many of those "missed shots"...
recently I was driving down a road and stopped because I wanted to snap a pic of a snowy tree scene. As I am reaching in my bag to get the camera, I look up and see a bald eagle swooping across the field. Needless to say, as I got the camera out he was long gone. I got a few pics of it high in the sky, but nothing clear....
ooohhhh, the agony...
My every waking (and sleeping) moment is a missed shot
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