Yeah, okaaaayyy … the magic of Time, perhaps? Time being the medium of change and all that esoteric stuff, without which all photographic exposures would be meaningless. Life too (don’t ask).
Here, have a nice reflection—
while reflecting on the topic.
Awww, heck with the expense—
—have two reflections~!
Effectively the same snap repeated but with a wee tweak of the doodle on the end of the lens revealing the magic of polarised light. Boom boom, and moving on …
Whilst holding that thought in mind—
—I can never capture this reflection the way I see it. But at least this time the ducks were a few seconds late in getting there to crinkle up the surface. Score one for the ol’ Dog! Yay! (Dumb ducks …)
HOW about the magic of a moonlit summer’s night?
If not, then how about the magic of popping some under-exposure into your snaps? This is how the wannabe Stonehenge some rhapsodist on the Park Committee desired looks under exposed.
I love this camera, so many knobs and dials and endless menus with sub menus and sub-sub menus (possibly to infinity?) to play. Aaah, the magic of technology! (Who needs a photographer when you have a modern camera? Before long we’ll be curling up on the sofa with a good
book TV and telling the camera what we want before sending it out alone to score our shots for us.) (No personal challenge no more. They dare to call it progress …)