The Macro Sunset

Ja jeg vet: En noe underlig overskrift, men den har sin naturlige forklaring:
Som vanlig var jeg opptatt med helt andre ting da jeg plutselig oppdaget at ‘lyset’ der ute var helt annerledes enn vanlig. Jeg styrtet mot døra , rev med meg kameraet og løp (så fort mine gamle bein ville bære meg) opp mot et punkt hvor jeg vanligvis fotograferer solnedganger. Bare for å oppdage at kameraet jeg holdt i hånden hadde påmontert
et 120 mm macro-objektiv!  Ikke akkurat hva jeg trengte (og ingen mulighet til å bytte ut), men et ‘macro-bilde’ er uansett bedre enn intet bilde?  Så vær så god!
Yes, I know!  A somewhat strange headline, but it may be explained:
As usual I was occupied with other things than sunsets when I suddenly observed that the ‘light’ outside was prfetty different to normal. I dived for the door and grabbed my camera more or less ‘in the air’ and ran out (as quick as my old legs would carry me) towards a spot where I usually shoot sunsets. Only to discover that my camera was mounted with a 120 mm macro lense !!! (And with no time to change!) Not what I needed in this moment, but – a macro sunset is probably bettger than no sunset at all? So – please enjoy!
(Compliments of SRB )

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2 Responses to The Macro Sunset

  1. Seenorway says:

    Glad you liked it, Chris, but with the right lense and 15 minutes to my credit, it would most likely have been spectacular. (But you just can’t win them all!🙂 )

  2. Chris White says:

    Great title for a wonderfu photograph. All the best. Kris.

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