“Braving the Elements”
At the moment I’m moody enough to put something moody up on Insta so here you are! (As I type this I’m having one of those moments where you question why a word even exists and that’s the case with “moody”!)
Anyway, moodiness aside, this photo is a #throwback to October, taken in Kirribilli on a much rainier day than what we’ve seen recently. I thought I should post this because it was, really, a case of a “photo shoot gone wrong”. When I got there, it hadn’t rained for a while so I was optimistic about what I would capture. But then, just when I was at the perfect spot (the much-loved, always reflective, Kirribilli puddle) the rain came down with a vengeance and I had to seek shelter which was in the form of a Moreton Bay Fig tree! I had quite some difficulty switching my lens over from my telephoto to my wide-angle without everything (myself included) getting wet. It then started bucketing down even more so that’s when I took this photo, only to realise there were big water droplets on the lens, causing a massive mark on the photo! 🤬
So this photo is being put up simply to show that photography isn’t always glamorous!
Canon EOS 200D | EF-S 18-55mm f/4-5.6 IS STM |
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