Saturday, September 15, 2012

The importance of a fast shutter speed ...

I was preparing to delete this photo when I wondered, what's that white thing toward the bottom? Is it the full moon way off in the distance? Gasp! No! It's crow poopage! (Pronounced poo-PAHJ.) Apparently one needs a shutter speed of 1/800 second to freeze crow doo-doo in mid-flight. You may wish to make a note.

©Carol Leigh, who carefully signed this photo well away from dropping droppings . . .

2 comments:

Sam Hipkins said...

Thanks and I did make a note of the proper shutter speed for poopage. And thanks for the new word. As always you make me smile.

Carol Leigh said...

Yes, one MUST make a note of something as important as this! Glad I could make you smile. More smiles needed in this world . . .