Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

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Two days ago I was walking down to a canal for a walk and taking some pictures. As I walked down by I saw a lot of rubbish on the canal like these two photos below:

My Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

Rubbish

My Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

Another rubbish

That is totally wrong, isn’t it?

While I was busy observing for interesting object or scene to photograph on my way back home I saw some branches with the flowers and leaves that looked good to be photographed with the sky as a background. Without thinking or checking the setting on my camera, I just pointed it straight away to the scene and here the result:

My Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

Overexposured

My Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong

Another overexposured

Later I found that the setting on my camera at the time caused my photos overexposure on the result.

Oh well, thanks to Weekly Photo Challenge with their theme for this week: Wrong.

 

My Photojournalism: The ‘Small’ Supermoon

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Few days ago people were talking about the phenomena of perigee full moon or ‘supermoon’ that was going to occur on 5th and 6th of May 2012. As a person who really loves things about the universe or astronomy so obviously I didn’t want to miss that moment. Unfortunately the weather in UK at the times was not quite supporting. It was cloudy on Saturday so the moon was covered by the clouds. It was better on Sunday though it wasn’t too bright I think.

It is not only the weather as my challenge to take pictures of night sky photography but also my pocket camera, Kodak Easy Share C713. It didn’t stop me to capture the moment during that time anyway.

Here my photographs of my small supermoon:

My small supermoon

Taken on 5th of May 2012, nearly midnight

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My small supermoon

Taken on Sunday, 6th May 2012, at early hours

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My small supermoon

Taken on Sunday, 6th May 2012, at early hours

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 My small supermoon

Taken on Sunday, 6th May 2012, at early hours

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My small supermoon

Taken on Monday, 7th May 2012, at early hours

How about yours? Could you see this phenomena clearly where you lived by?

Forget-me-not, Remember-me-yes!

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Forget-me-not. What a name! And who will forget these tiny and cute flowers? I won’t! Forget-me-not, Remember-me-yes!

Yesterday I went to a country park and saw these cute tiny blue flowers. I had to use my magnifying glass to shot them in macro. Otherwise I wouldn’t get any good photographs due to the technical ability of my Kodak Easy Share C713.

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