104Days #262 Dusty

We are still at the wedding, well at least these are shots were taken at the wedding. It started an hour and fifteen minutes late which left a lot of time to visit with friends and family, to meet new people and to take photoz.

Macro shot of cut hay, intense sun and deep shadows enhanced the shot.

Macro shot of cut hay, intense sun and deep shadows enhanced the shot.

With one foot healing in a huge boot and the other in a heeled sandal, I tried to sit a lot and stay off the uneven, booby-trapped ground. The sweet smell of the hay and the golden color glistening in the sun were so appealing. You have seen some of the landscapes where the hay and the light is prominent, but I thought you might like a close up view.

The hay hold heavy dust that you do not see, but it covers everything.

The hay hold heavy dust that you do not see, but it covers everything.

After walking around in the hay, our son looked down at his feet. These are black shoes, or were black until the hay had a chance to dust them. Dust covered everything, every shoe, sock, flip-flop and ankle. It became a funny part of the wedding, one of those memorable events that makes the chuckle for the event.

You can see the long shadows as the sun continued to sink and we continued to wait.

How the heck are we supposed to deal with brilliant sun in our face?

How the heck are we supposed to deal with brilliant sun in our face?

This is my photo sidekick. He is ready with his new Nikon to take photos of his aunt’s wedding. He was trying to figure out how to see the screen when the sun is intensely  bright and in your face. He also asked what could we do about getting good shots with the sun on the wrong side.

The longer we waited, the more challenging the sun became. It made for interesting photoz.

What challenges did you face today?

Until tomorrow, Cheers,

Shez

 

 

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About Shez

In a nut-shell (nut-case?): Photographer, illustrator, writer, passionate DIY enthusiast, wife, mother, grandmother. I love learning new things and anything that is creative: sewing upholstery or dresses, painting walls or art, building dolls or walls, cooking and cake decorating, knitting or wiring. By day I am a small manufacturing business owner, operator, partner. I am Totally Random Shez.

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