I was in the kitchen earlier, starting to prepare something to eat, when I happened to glance out of the window and saw a pretty sight. As I had limited time, I didn’t manage quite as good a job of this as I’d have liked – it’s somewhat overexposed, but that does allow a little faint detail of the dark part of the moon to show through.
Taken with my Sigma 70-200mm lens with the 2x extender. This has been cropped down quite a lot.
Weight: 222 pounds (15 stone 12 pounds, 100.7 kg) Exercise: Lunchtime walk
Woo hoo! Nicely down today, which is either entirely random or my plan is working.
I might have some photographic news to report, but that will have to wait until later, as I’m a bit short of time now. But I did go for a walk with my Canon 5D at lunchtime, using my lovely little 50mm f/1.8 “nifty fifty” lens.
Here’s Saint George in the quite remarkably bright March sunshine:
And this is something I hadn’t quite noticed before. It’s a detail on a brick pillar on Blackett Street – it’s a ventilator shaft thingy for the Metro, I believe. But why has it got what seems to be a stylised version of the USS Enterprise on it? Eh?