Not the nine o’clock fireworks
We set out to take photos of the 9 o’clock Darling Harbour fireworks show. We returned with this snapshot instead.
What was so fascinating about Louis Vuitton’s King St Sydney window, I’ll never know. The sight of 5 men snapping photos with their phones of whatever was in the window was a little bizzare indeed. Louis Vuitton worshippers perhaps? I thought their silhouettes against the red window made for a great photo in itself.
While I’m sharing photos, I have to include this one of Gesso. I was very pleased as I took it using the manual mode my camera (Canon 550d).
[70-300mm lens at 70mm, f/5 for 1/10 sec.]
Yes, he’s beautiful when he’s quiet.
The broken crockery we found on the floor when arriving at Andrew’s place last night was nothing to do with this little sweetheart. I think I jinxed myself by thinking it would be nice to go home to my peaceful – ADULT – girls. That’s why I heard a thump during the night and woke to find my Wii on the floor. Unlike Gesso, Licorice and Saffron are smart enough not to sit next to the evidence. Indeed – PLAY with the evidence. Andrew yelling at the [deaf] cat to stop playing in the ceramic shards was hilarious – after the fact. For a girl who hates domestic duties I’m getting pretty good at cleaning up at Andrew’s place, thanks to this little devil.
Posted on November 27, 2011, in Art and tagged Canon, Canon 550d, Darling Harbour New South Wales, deaf, deaf white cat, gesso, King St Sydney, kitten, licorice, Louis Vuitton, Night photography, photography, saffron, street photography, Sydney, white cat. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.