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WTF was I thinking? Anyone want to guess?
And a bit of marital advice: Don't try to make your wife go on a hike late in the day when she's cranky and worried that it might get dark before we get back lest she flip you off just as you snap the picture.
Quote from: "Roy"WTF was I thinking? Anyone want to guess?HTF should I know However, it IS a windmill, an Aermotor to be specific. It was either taken at night with a full moon or is a seriously underexposed mid-afternoon view of the sun through the blades.You took it, like we all do, because it seemed to be the thing to do at the time! If you list this on eBay as a framed print, somebody will pay you for it as it is so artsy. They will pay you more if you devise a catchy title that hints at mysticism and the Santa Fe fakes will fall all over themselves bidding on it.
Hey Richard, what are those tall, green things behind your flippin' wife?
This is what happens when you don't know what happened. This next one was on the same roll. Probably a new kind of slug or a controlled fire in the Bend.
I fear that the wonder that is "The Bad Photo" will one day be lost due to the advent of the digital camera. these little slices of life are in jeopardy of being lost forever.
Although Presidio's pic is the piece de resistance .....here's a fine example of what holding one's hand over the camera to block the sun can do!
It just takes discipline to not hit the delete button. It really isn't any different than not throwing out the print or transparency that fails to measure up. Of course, when you ran out of film you had what you had; there was no reverse gear. When the memory card fills up there is an undeniable tendency to delete stuff.
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