Friday, May 28, 2010

Skywatch Friday-Point and shoot problems

I think my Samsung point and shoot has bit the dust. The lens will not open all of the way leaving all of the shots out of focus. I do kinda like how this one turned out though.


Better Skywatch Friday shots can be found here.

The Terrell Tigers football team holds their annual Spring scrimmage tonight. It's just enough to whet your appetite for the Fall season. Look for photos Saturday morning.

Rockwall Heath won the opening game of their playoff series against Cleburne 4-1.

22 comments:

ladyfi said...

It's stunning anyway!

J Bar said...

Absolutely beautiful.
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wenn said...

great shot!

Olivier said...

le flouté sur le soleil donne un tres bel effet, j'aime bcp

Nisha said...

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Zee said...

Amazing

Z said...

Fabulous!!!

Jacob said...

Photography is all about serendipity...and this proves it. Very cool photo!

SRQ said...

I like it! There's a surreal feel about it...cool.

brian stout said...

I stared into it and now I see spots...

Small City Scenes said...

It does look kinda neat anyway. MB

B SQUARED said...

The scent of Fall is in the air. Can't wait.

LV said...

Whatever happened did not hurt your photo. This is a great shot.

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

It is a VERY interesting shot! The sun highlighted and
a small reflection beneath it. Wow!

Sioux said...

Love this one!

Lois said...

That is pretty cool!

Hood Photo Blog said...

Even with the camera problems, the colors are gorgeous!

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Joy said...

Definitely! It's a 'golden' shot.

Joy
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Evita said...

Turned out to be a nice abstract!

Al said...

Interesting shot, particularly with a broken camera. Well done!

precious said...

It still looked beautiful! We will never know that you had some problems with it not until you told us.
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Louis la Vache said...

Serendipity - a camera problem gave you an unexpectedly fine Sky Watch post!