Photo-A-Day #1876


We went over to Uncle Mike’s apartment for dinner tonight. Allison made pizza and we brought it over to share and we watched The Princess and the Frog. I think it was the first movie I’d seen on BluRay. I’ll have to see the difference when I watch a live action movie to see what I can do.

Mike has a fish tank. It looks very much like the murky depths. We tried taking a few photos of Mike and Eva but was unable to catch a good one. So I ended up catching a few shots of the fish in the tank instead. I really wanted it to look like I was exploring the depths of the ocean.

After our dinner date we drove down to the Cape. It worked great because Eva slept the entire way and went to bed pretty quickly once we got to the house.


Photo Information

Date Taken: May 29, 2010
Camera: Canon Point and Shoot
(Aff Link)
Model: Canon PowerShot SD800 IS
(My Flickr)
ISO: n/a
Exposure: 1/8sec
Aperture: 2.8
Focal Length: 4.6mm
Flash Used: No
Mode: Manual
Lens: Manual

Of course I could just spend some time in a swimming pool in the middle of the ocean.

Shark and Pre-Wrapped Treats

However I am not sure how prudent that would be.

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One Response to “The Murky Depths”

  1. Vernice says:

    I already watch the Princess and the Frog and it is very cute. Fish tank? Oh my this is really exciting and amazing. But I was distracted by the photo above wit the two person there with shark at the back! So afraid with this big fish :)