The usual photo suspects gathered for our first photo walk in the downtown area of Jacksonville. In-the-moment photography is a weakness of mine and I looked forward to the immediacy of everything. We set a time limit of about 15 minutes per location and I further limited myself to only using my 16mm lens.
None of these pictures are going to be award winners but it was a fun exercise.
I had hoped to get a bunch of “picture in picture” type images with reflections from shop windows but I think that works better with shaded widows and scenery. Here is the harsh light I was dealing with. No too great.
This would have been ok with a greater depth of field to keep it all in sharp focus.
I like this one.
Glad I wore my colorful shoes.
The womping oak.
It really is a big tree. See that tiny person?
How good can they be if they are free?