- I'm making progress. It was useful to look over the past 6 months.
- In photographing geese on the ground, or in the water, take time. At first all of the geese were moving away from me. I took a lot of butt shots. As I just sat there for a while, they began to move more naturally, and I could once again photograph their heads.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Week 27, Day 192, November 1, 2009, Willows at Stewart Park, Ithaca
Stewart Park is a park at the South Side of Cayuga Lake in Ithaca, NY. I have seen several photos of the willows.
It's a great place to photograph. I like to come to the park to photograph the geese. When we arrived I didn't see any. Shortly after our arrival, as if on queue, I started hearing the geese as they flew into the park It was a beautiful morning.
Today marks the 6th month of my journey. I have learned so much from my experiences, and so much from many of you. Thank you for all of your wonderful comments. Your advise has helped bring me a long way. One of the things that was interesting was that today's photo choice was the first one that I took. In the beginning, I would have to take a lot of time with setting my camera, seeing the results, and then resetting the camera. It seems that I can do that much more quickly now.