This shot is from my Saturday excursion to Ripley’s Aquarium Toronto.
Clicking shots in darkened tunnels, with artificial light, through glass. I had no idea how challenging that would be.
Tons of clicks later and I have very few shots that I sorta, kinda, even like.
This was one of them.
It practically glows, in a nuclear-mushroom-cloud kind of way.
I’ll just have to bask in the experience.
It was a whale of a time. Make that a shark of a time.
Here be dangerous lagoons.
I’m in the middle of a 17-day course on Scrivener. There’s a lot of blog reading in my future. I am woefully behind.
You know what to do. Meet you in the bar in 3…2…1…
Wait! Better go without me… Scrivener!!
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Dangerous lagoons, indeed. 😉
Have fun in the Scrivener class. I love using it, and I know I have no idea how to do half of what I need. LOL. Yay for learning!
I bought the Scrivener software about a year ago. Then I bought Scrivener for Dummies. Now, I’m in Gwen’s class. What does that tell you? 😉
That you are not alone! LOL. Yep, I did the same thing.
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It is a shot that glows. Very nicely captured, Elen.
Thank you, Otto. It does g-l-o-w .
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