All Encompassing

© Sara B Coffey

All Encompassing

Uploaded: October 15, 2019 | Entered: October 15, 2019 00:00:00

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Details ~ As corny as it seems, I always wanted a compass when I was a kid. It seemed the boys I knew had all of these cool toys and sometimes quite frankly Barbie just wasn't very interesting. Why did I need a compass, I do not know. I just knew I wanted one:) So now I have my very own, and I use it primarily to determine the direction the International Space Station is coming from when it is visible, and occasionally I use it in photography to determine where the sun will be rising or setting at a location & time I want to take photos. I know they do have apps for that now. So, after trying a number of images this week, this was my favorite one. My settings: F5 1.60sec iso100 @50mm 18-135mm Canon lens

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