Monday Window – November 2, 2020

Knot in the Window

Traveling home from a trip to Augusta last year I was sitting in the back seat with my camera looking out the window for photo opportunities. My camera was set to a shutter speed of 1/1000 sec so I would minimize any blur to the speed of the camera and error in my panning. The zoom lens was at 24mm focal length – wide angle to help get what I was after as we drove through the country side. The aperture at f/8 would be enough to get anything sharp as the depth of field at that focal length setting is quite large.

I have shared a few other photos from that trip. Here is an interesting one because of the way the curtains are tied in this really old house. Again, nothing special, just an old home in a tiny little community along a back road in Georgia.

Here is all of the house.


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16 thoughts on “Monday Window – November 2, 2020”

  1. By the time I see something interesting it may be too late to ask driver to pull over. It may not even be possible. I tried to get my driver to slow way down – without holding up traffic – and that was of some help. Thanks mimfilip

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