There is a gate leading to a small field close to our house. We took family pictures there a few years ago, when we were waiting for our youngest to come home:
As we pass by on walks, the open gate beckons my oldest daughter to come explore. I’ve snapped a few shots with my phone recently and keep thinking, “I need to bring my big camera on a walk.” So, I did. Granted the walk is more like a few steps out the front door.
28mm lens, 1/320, f/1.8, ISO 100
85mm lens, 1/320, f/1.8, ISO 100, 85mm lens, 1/500, f/1.8, ISO 10085mm lens, 1/400, f/1.8, ISO 100, 85mm lens, 1/500, f/1.8, ISO 10085mm lens, 1/800, f/1.8, ISO 10085mm lens, 1/800, f/1.8, ISO 10085mm lens, 1/500, f/1.8, ISO 100, 85mm lens, 1/500, f/1.8, ISO 100 (Hey big sister, I have a TEENY piece of grass stuck on my finger. Can you help me out?)50mm lens, 1/320, f/1.4, ISO 10050mm lens, 1/320, f/1.4, ISO 10050mm lens, 1/400, f/1.4, ISO 10050mm lens, 1/400, f/1.4, ISO 100
And then they were done and scooted away. Well, one scooted and the other ran screaming behind because she wanted the scooter.
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