Favourite pictures – York museum gardens

This was one of those shots where I couldn’t actually see the composition when I took the picture, but it turned out ok anyway.

We were walking through the Museum Gardens in the City of York and I saw this tree and the rock placed at the foot of it. I thought it might make a nice picture to include the rock in the foreground, so I bent down to take it but couldn’t see through the viewfinder or see the image on the back of the camera because the sun was too bright. So I set the aperture to about f/22 and the focus just off infinity and guessed where the rock would be with the lens set to 10mm. Fortunately it came out quite nicely!

The Museum Gardens in the City of York with a tree and large rock in the foreground

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