Shot with a Canon EOS 50D (w/ 17-55 f2.8 IS USM lens)
- Shot on Aperture priority
- Focal Length: 17mm (35mm equivalent: 27mm)
- Aperture: f3.5
- Exposure: 1/320s
- ISO 160
Remember the Filigree shop from in the Crafts Village from yesterday? The rest of the crafts-people work from Nissen huts that were left over from the time when this area was a British military base with an airport.
The sun was going down and the shadows were creating lovely patterns on the corrugated metal of the huts. Even if the photo feels static I think that it works as a true representation of the area. Unfortunately not all subjects are as interesting and exciting as we would like them to be, but some (like this one) still deserve to be documented.
(#78 of 366 X 2012 project)