...or taking this photograph.
To also note, this is the image that made me invest in a graduated filter since then. Very annoying image to edit, even through the overexposed ship does work for the composition in this case, rather than against. Sony A6000. Samyang 21mm F1.4.
Who thought automatic CW's on "long" posts was a good idea?
A few trail pictures from today. Not much snow about unless you go high at the moment, but it is cold enough for the little loch to be frozen and for there to be ice in the streams and rivers 😀
Hello! Finally some masto time. At the moment and for the next two months, work is getting seriously in the way ☹️.
Hope you're all doing fine.
So we always go to the doggy park around sunset - there are loads of huge trees there and the sun is always twinkling through them with lovely Golden Hour light so I figured tonight I'd try for some sunbursts - you need a high F-Stop but compensated with slow shutter speed and/or high ISO, and careful positioning, and it can be tricky.
So I'm fracking stoked that I got this DOUBLE SUNBURST. AAAAH
William Gibson's "Count Zero Interrupt" has the following quote on the unnumbered page before the book actually starts:
"COUNT ZERO INTERRUPT
– On receiving an interrupt,
decrement the counter to
I have always found this a bit strange, as the following is much more common:
"On decrementing the counter to zero,
raise an interrupt."
/me at work these days
(from "Metropolis" by Fritz Lang, 1926)
Reconstructions of national treasures (at #平等院, #ByodoIn, in #Uji, outside #Kyoto) are so important in conveying the brilliance of the art, and the effect they must have had on visitors a thousand years ago. These pieces are in the famous Phoenix Hall, #鳳凰堂, a thousand year old wood temple.
OK, time to cook trofie for dinner!
Me, returning to Mastodon after a week.
(From "Excession" by Iain M Banks)