Wednesday, June 25, 2008

All In the Details

My daughter Eustacia is pretty handy with a camera and takes pictures of things at angles I wouldn't think of. I have been using the oldest camera in the house, the one no one else wants, and I have been thinking about getting a new one just for me—nothing too fancy or too big—just a nice, digital camera with a functioning zoom option.

Until then, here is a closeup of one of my daughter's photos. Have any idea what it is cropped from? Click on the photo for the full shot.

9 comments:

dive said...

Wowee! That's amazing, Robyn (and Eustacia)!
I thought it looked like beautiful, stormy clouds, but who would have guessed?
An excellent shot.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Excellent!

Shazza said...

Cool! At first I thought it was maybe a shot of the moon!

What is it exactly? A steel drum?

lynn said...

Someone flying a kite?

lynn said...

Nope. Still have no idea.

Scout said...

Shazza, you've got it. It's the bottom of a steel pan. Because the metal is hammered, it's got all kinds of interesting reflecting abilities. I think it was just picking up images from the stage floor.

Lynn, someone flying a kite? hee hee

Mrs. G. said...

Cool shot-I thought it was the Kansas sky during tornado season.

MmeBenaut said...

Well I clicked and still didn't get it and then I read the comments and went back for another look and could barely make it out. I think I failed that test.
Eustacia sees some strange things Robyn. Have you talked to her about it?
My Camera is a Panasonic DMC-TZ3, as I just read on the top of it. If I hadn't looked, I wouldn't have been able to tell you that. M.B handed it down to me. It is a very good camera but doesn't have a viewfinder. I still like to put my eye right up to things and sometimes with reflections, one can't see what one is focussing on. So, my suggestion would be to pay a little more for a better camera because the damn things last a long time and quality is always best, if you can afford it.

savannah said...

what an eye she has, sugar! great shot! xoxo