Monday, July 20, 2009

Rusty Fire Hydrant







Taken with a Nikon D50 late at night using a SB-800 flash via a cord. The flash seemed to light the whole neighborhood. Luckily everyone was in bed and few if any car came by. I'm sure my neighbors find it strange to see me out taking pictures of the fire hydrant. When you need to practice and use new stuff (flash cord for off camera flash with the D50) or just get the urge to shoot, you forget what it looks like, and worry only about the possible outcome. I hope they enjoy the outcome and forget the hour it was taken.

2 comments:

Jen said...

Fabulous shots! I have the SB 600 - I hear the 800 is AWESOME! :)

It is pouring rain here today, but that isn't going to stop me! LOL!

Paul Blart said...

Sometimes the things we take for granted make the best photos. Thanks for everything....