Brain to Susan. Brain to Susan: “Get it through your thick skull! The time of day does matter when it comes to capturing quality reflection photos. So try, try a third time!”
Perhaps I fear success. Maybe I’m just not very bright.
Yesterday I drove to the lake in our neighboring master-planned community to try to score a great fall reflection photo for the second straight day, and once again I failed because I was too late (around 10:30 a.m.). Woe is me!
Then again, if I had been at the lake earlier, maybe I wouldn’t have snagged these wonderful photos.
Perhaps these birds would’ve still been asleep.
Maybe the purple flowers would’ve looked muted instead of vibrant. And most important . . . .
Perhaps some of the red dragonflies I saw playing among the reeds might not have posed for me.
Imagine how excited I was that I not only saw red dragonflies, but that a couple of them stopped to rest within the range of my Nikon D300 and Nikon 70-200mm lens. I got as close as I could and happily snapped away.
Until Thug D-fly decided to get up into my grille and buzz around me aggressively, clearly sending me a message (while scaring the bejeezus out of me!).