Day 2 was reflections so I took down two vintage twin lens cameras and put them on a mirror. Lit them and took the shot. Came out a lot better than I expected, might inspire me to do more photos like this with some of my old cameras.
My local camera club has a quarantine challenge going this week to take a photo based on a topic picked by a member. First up was “My Space”. This is my space now that I’m working from home.
We were back home in Ireland for the first time in almost 3 years to show off Molly to our friends and family. It’s been way too long but it was great to meet up with so many people. Molly had a great time, she’s a city girl but loved being out in the countryside and for some reason she especially loved cows. My mothers family comes from Cashel so we went over there for a visit. On the road back into town there was a great view of The Rock of Cashel so of course we had to stop to take some photos.
A tulip from Kenmare in Co Kerry. Taken originally on my Canon 40D with a 24-70 L lens. Since I didn’t have my laptop with me I just backed the photos up onto my iPad and later started messing with it in snapseed as an experiment. I liked the result, I still prefer using a proper computer but maybe the iPad is a useful alternative when the laptop is too much hassle to carry around.