Well, we went to shoot the “Super” Moon recently. I am thinking it was not so “super” from where we were, which was the Calatrava “Large Marge” Bridge. It was a nice evening and great full moon, and I got this shot, so not a waste at all, but my expectations were a bit higher. I think I was hoping for a moon the size of Juipter and for it to be framed perfectly against a relevant landmark, and for it to be reflecting the exact amount of light that I wanted for optimal exposure, and, so on and so on, well, I think you get the idea. Sometimes it is a manner of managing your own expectations. We did make the best of it and got some nice shots  but I think a different location and perhaps a much longer lens could have made for a better shooting situation.

The Deep Ellum Art Festival was a great event this year.
I generally get a good people shot or two on any given year, this year was no exception, I got this
almost by accident, I just happened to notice someone wearing what must be a “Scarborough Fair” costume.
She was facing away from me watching a didgeridoo player and I couldn’t quite get to where I wanted to. I put the camera
to my eye and hoped something, might just happen, sure enough, she turned to look to her right for just a moment and
saw me with the camera, she gave me this look then turned away as if it had never happened. I wasn’t even sure I got it until
I looked later when I was bringing the images in off the camera. – Great Look -
 
-Lyn-