A Bad Day With A Camera

Back to the Bridge

Today was another challenging day at work. My lunch break, such as it was, turned out to be me taking fifteen minutes to run to the Co-op station to have my propane tank refilled. Wherein I was informed that it aged out at the end of last month and it would cost me $55 for a new one, $85 total filled. I coughed up the moola.

This evening has been windy and cold, but at least the sky has character. There’s no way I can send up my drone, but I do happen to know of a good spot near my home for shooting skylifes.

Tom Sadler under fire, Thomas Drive, Strathmore, AB, 2024-05-16

Why, yes, I wound up back at Tom Sadler Bridge again. Quelle surprise. I took along Ray’s Canon EOS 7D he left me and exercised it a bit more. It felt good.

Challenges aside, today was a good day. I still have a job. We had guests for supper and they turned out to be nice, interesting people (wife’s co-worker and husband). My BBQ ribs turned out okay and my wife nailed the Flapper Pie for dessert. Now I get to sit here with my family and digest pie

I am thankful for this day.

The image was shot in pieces using a Canon EOS 7D and a Canon 17-40mm EF L USM f4-5.6. The photos were stitched in Photoshop. I am pleased to report that I didn’t fall into the irrigation canal, but it was a close thing.

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