I have a thing about old caravans, but this shot is more to do with texture and colour than it is the caravan itself. In this instance I particularly like the contrast between the sharpness and irregularity of the wall and the muted greens of the caravan itself.

On another note: updates may be patchy or non-existent next week as we're finally moving house on Monday, so a) things will be a bit hectic (probably for months to come), b) we won't have ADSL for at least a week, and c) I only have a one or two shots left to put up. I may manage to take something over the next couple of days and get them uploaded (unlikely), or I may manage to take something after we've moved (but will then have to upload via dialup). Either way I don't think that an image-a-day is all that likely for the next week or so but I'll see what I can do.

camera
capture date
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
focal length
image quality
white balance
cropped?
Canon G5
6.56pm on 10/7/04
f3.2
1/125
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
50
23.0mm
RAW
auto
no
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