Luckily I went around the farm practising a couple of weeks ago, as earlier this week I was happy to not even see the sun. Yes, it rained! And the sun was the last thing I wanted to see.
I quite liked the starbursts through the trees but whenever I found a tree with a bit of character the sun wasn't behind it. I found it interesting that no two starbursts are the same and, to be honest, think it's a bit of hit and miss and you need a bit of luck to get it right. Well, I do anyway.
How come this one created circles within itself?
And maybe someone can explain how I got those pretty light in there?
Crap starburst but I captured a flying saucer! Don't care how it got there - I like it!
Yesterday I tried to apply the lesson to structures. You've seen the structures before, should have gone looking for something different but I'm a creature of habit. I'd tried earlier in the afternoon on other structures but I think the sun was too strong - is that possible? But by the time we returned from our walk, it had lost some of its sting and I'm happy with this one.
This was intended to be my best shot. The light between the lights. As you can see, it didn't quite work but I'll keep trying.
I must be nuts because I came close to getting stressed about ever getting that right and now that it's done I think it was enjoyable. Thanks, Rebecca, for the tutorial. You make learning something new fun! I know some of our group don't need any lessons but I do and I appreciate them.
I expect to be humbled by what the rest of the team has for us this week. But that's another part of the learning process that is FSO for me.