The Shot Behind You
I always talk about checking behind you during a sunset. The same rule applies to other forms of photography as well. While photographing the oldest playing softball last week I glanced behind me and saw the youngest being super cute in the grass. I quickly made my way out of the bleachers and tried to sneak up on her to make a picture. Luckily with the Tamron 150-600mm lens I don’t have to be too close to make a shot. I was able to make this photo of her having some fun on her own before she spotted me. I love these little moments, and this one was one of my favorites. I had just been gone for a weekend so being close to family was great.
The Week In Photos
This was my favorite photo from last week. I made a lot of photos that I liked, but this one was by far my favorite. You can view all of my favorite photos from last week here on my Exposure page. By the time this post goes live I will be on my way in a round about way to Ohio for some baseball. This blog will probably be all baseball for about a week so I thought that I would make the last post before that all goes down something sweet. This certainly qualifies as that.