Finally, at long last, the clouds parted and I was able to take some photos of the eclipse. Really made me wish I had a lens mount for my telescope! Or barring that, a 600mm lens.
And this one just because an airplane came across at the wrong time!
Is it frost??
This one is mostly interesting because of the little mite in the middle there. He would not keep still and consequently I do not have a good macro of him. 🙁
I add this photo ONLY because it created rules #5 & 6 in the Murphy’s Laws of Photography page….
These are not good pictures per se but I liked them simply because the birds were cool with me being there.
Ordered some lens hoods earlier in the week. The ET-67 hood for my Canon 100mm f/2.8 Macro lens is huge! I knew it was going to be long, but seeing both of them together on my camera looks impressive. 10 inches from front to back. Now I can take the same crappy pictures but look like a pro while doing it! 😉 I also picked up one for my Canon 50mm f/1.4. When I find one for my wide angle Canon f/2.8 10-22mm I’m going to be completely outfitted with hoods. The wide angle one is nice though – its a petal design and that looks like I really know what I’m doing, no matter how illusionary that might be.