Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Two Icons - One Photo in San Miguel de Allende


I love my Panasonic digital camera.  Except for one thing.  When you point and shoot, often you can't see in the viewfinder because of the reflection of light to tell if you're getting the subject matter. 

"Shooting blind" would be a good term.

While having coffee with the "group" last Monday morning, I looked up, saw the reflection of the Parroquia in the window of this old home on the jardin.  The ever-present camera was pulled out of my purse.  The photo was taken.

I didn't know until I downloaded it and many others if it had, in fact, shown the image of the Parroquia.

I am seldom happy with photos I take.

However, I do like this one.  Hope you do as well.
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6 comments:

Shannon said...

Love it!!

Babs said...

Thanks Shannon.........

Steve Cotton said...

Nice shot. You are the Annie Oakley of the camera set.

Babs said...

Thanks Steve..........

Croft Randle said...

I could spend days photographing the doors and windows of SMA!

Babs said...

You are SO right Croft. It is a treasure trove of photographic opportunities! The only other place I've been that had that effect on me was Paris.