Took a short little stroll around the campus to get some non-sports shots for a nice change of pace. I got out a little too late, the sun was just past the peak point in the golden hour, so many of the shadows were a tad too long. That said, I got some fun snaps that I was happy with.
All taken with the NEX-7 and Nikon 50mm f/1.8 E-series, the “do-it-all” lens:
Small mushroom patch in the making
A young aspiring branch, hoping to be like his bigger brothers up on the tree someday
Long shadows aren’t a particularly bad thing for interesting geometries
A distinct ray of sunlight giving the effect of green leaves against purple
Ripe bunch of pods
I have no idea what kind of bush these flowers are on, but it was really bursting with life!
BONUS! A friend wanted a simple portrait for his profiles online. It was dark (well past when the above pictures were taken), and ISO 3200 was used, but I’m very happy how this camera handles 3200:
That’s all for today folks, thanks for dropping by. Soon some first impressions of the Nikon 105mm f/1.8 will be up, within the next couple of days. As always, have a great one!