I spent about an hour and a half this evening, maybe longer, trying to take a picture of a water drop, and most of the shots missed the drop entirely while those that didn't were out of focus. And while I was doing this our two year old was pottering about playing with her dolls and Stickle Bricks. After a particularly frustrating run of shots she showed me what she'd made ... "it's a computer for my dolly", and she smiled. I congratulated her and got on with taking more terrible shots. After she'd gone to bed I spent another hour looking through the shots I'd taken and gradually realised that none of them were worth putting up.
I went back downstairs to try and find something else to shoot, saw her "computer", and realised that she'd had a lot more fun this evening than I had. I guess that some days, photographically speaking, are just not meant to be.
So, in realisation of that fact, here's dolly playing with her computer.
On another matter: I've had emails from three people over the last couple of days saying that they've had their virus checker pop up when visiting chromasia: two with reports of Trojan.ByteVerify and one mentioning a "bloodhound exploit". I've contacted my host (but haven't heard back from them yet) but if anyone else has experienced anything odd when visiting chromasia could you please let me know.
23.15 on 16/4/05|
EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM