We went down to St. Annes this afternoon, and I thought I'd try a few lensbaby shots of the pier, but there was what felt like a 40mph wind blowing, and the rain was horizontal. I did take some shots, in between attempting to keep the blood flowing through my fingers, but predictably enough they weren't exactly worth posting. So, it's back to this one that I shot last week. And I know it's not exactly a riveting work of art, but it's one of those small scenes that occasionaly catches my eye. It isn't about anything, as such, but the interplay of colour and light and shadow caught my attention long enough for me to photograph it.

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3.24pm on 5/3/06
Canon 20D
EF 70-200 f/4L USM
78mm (125mm equiv.)
f/5.6
1/1000
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
100
no
RAW
C1 Pro
minor
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