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I cant Believe I missed It.


wotashot e2
11 2.2k
26 Dec 2004 9:55AM
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,

Jamie

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StrayCat e2
10 15.5k 2 Canada
26 Dec 2004 9:58AM
Happens to me all the time, Jamie.
u08mcb 10 5.8k
26 Dec 2004 10:01AM
Sometimes its nice to just experience things like that without worrying your head about exposures and apertures. It really is beautiful tonight.
Big Bri e2
13 15.7k United Kingdom
26 Dec 2004 12:08PM
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.
IanA e2
11 3.0k 12 England
26 Dec 2004 1:55PM
wotashot e2
11 2.2k
26 Dec 2004 3:11PM
That was exactly what I saw, well done for having the camera handy,

Jamie
VinceP e2
10 1 Canada
28 Dec 2004 3:06PM
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.
28 Dec 2004 4:16PM
Yup, had me camera with me, but couldn't find a clearing fast enough so I ended up takin this instead.
tmann e2
9 4 2 United States
4 Jan 2005 10:53AM
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...
perplex e2
10 170
4 Jan 2005 11:02AM
My every waking (and sleeping) moment is a missed shot

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