I am just trying out a new camera, and all these photos are a way of me getting used to using camera lenses. I don’t know all the technical terms, I just go out and take photos with it.
My first time I went out and got a camera, that is only a body and attach a lens that is easy to use. Yes, I have kept my old camera, still love it and use it.
It’s a learning curve to me. The first lens that was given to me and I was told how good it was, was very heavy and hard to carry but I walked around and tried it. I tried the lighter version of that and that was good but still heavy. Both were more in cash than I thought it would be. However, I have a lighter version of that. Ideal for a newbie like me to learn. It’s going to take a while.
I like all my new shots and take quite a lot each day.
Sunset in Onehunga is one trial.
This is one of the most unusual shots of a Sunset in this batch.It's framed with a blurred branches of leaves, even though it is a very short day and in the onslaught of winter.
It's layered. The silowhette of trees without leaves. Raking up leaves is ongoing but they are good put on the garden as they break down and add to the richness of the soil.
The camera captures the sight of the golden clouds over a Pacific Island Church that belongs to a group that wears the matt over their waist be it for any occasion. Only that Pacific or Specific Islander group attends because they all know each other and this is a gathering of their clans. You will see a glimmer of a street light just before nightfall.