Hot Headed Beauty

What, another blog of photographs!  How unlike me.  But I wanted to share some more pictures of our afternoon at the water gardens.  When I went into the hot house where the lotuses live, I was so thrilled I just started shooting pictures.  It took me a little while to realize I was getting more in the image than I had bargained for.  At first I was upset, but when I looked again, I decided it had been fortuitous.  Let me show you what I mean…




mysteryLotus4My lens had all fogged up, coming into such a hot place from a cool, overcast day.   At first I was going to erase the pictures, but as I looked at them I thought they had an almost ethereal beauty.  Appearing out of the mist made them look more exotic in a way.  I know Cee is going to take them and work some kind of magic on them, but this is the way they looked right out of the camera.

Here is the way the world looked after my glasses and camera lens adjusted to the heat:






My little camera isn’t nearly as fancy or as expensive as Cee’s Nikon, but I sure enjoy it.  If you want an excellent point-n-shoot camera that does wonders in all kinds of lighting conditions and that has an exceptional zoom lens, check out Sony’s Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V.  It’s a fabulous camera.


Hi.  I’m Chris.  I’m an introvert.  All of my postings tend to reflect my introvert world in some way or another.  Join me and like minded introverts for a special slant on the world.

14 thoughts on “Hot Headed Beauty

  1. I do like the misty quality ones. What is the charge life like on that camera? I get infuriated when a battery goes dead on me halfway through a day of sightseeing.

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