You know when you see a moment and you scramble for the camera because it’s perfect and you love everything about the composition and the subject and light?
You don’t have time to fiddle with the setting or you know the moment will be lots so you just go for it and shoot before anyone notices and spoils the moment.
And then it’s damn well overexposed?
Gah. Well, I still love this photo.
We discovered an exciting new nook in the woods we frequent all the time and it was literally strewn with the most magical, magnificent sea of bluebells.
And as we walked through them, following the rambling path, Dan declared it was just like something from The Hobbit or Narnia and we were all instantly transported to another world as the sunlight fought it’s way through the canopy and highlighted the sea of blue below.
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