I agree with Jim. You've already got a keeper regardless of what
happens the rest of the week.
On 3/19/2014 12:43 AM, Paul Braun wrote:
> On 3/18/14 23:38 : , Jim Nichols wrote:
>> Not bad at all! I think you are selling the image short.:-(
>> Jim Nichols
>> Tullahoma, TN USA
>> On 3/18/2014 11:10 PM, Paul Braun wrote:
>>> According to TPE, this week and through the weekend is the first chance
>>> at catching the sun setting directly over the old dragstrip by where I live.
>>> I went out tonight for the first attempt - unfortunately, all the really
>>> pretty clouds that were there around 5:30 got blown away, leaving me
>>> with a mostly clear sky and some cloud/haze near the horizon.
>>> I'm going to keep trying all week and then pick the best. Tomorrow I
>>> may go out with the 14-54 instead of the 12-50. A touch longer on the
>>> wide end, but I think it's better glass, so I'll compare.
>>> C&C encouraged.
> Thanks, Jim.
> It's just that I'm having trouble getting the image in my head. Last
> pass, the weather didn't cooperate at all and it rained throughout most
> of the window of opportunity. Today, the gorgeous cloud formation left
> the area about an hour before sunset.
> But I've got the groundskeeper's blessing, so I'm going to keep going
> out there until everything happens the way I have it visualized. i may
> follow through on the suggestion to try the same shot in all four
> seasons as a series, too.
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