Staring fish in the face

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A carp, photographed at Palacerigg Country Park and linked ot the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the Photalife blog.

The Christmas break has given me the opportunity to get out and experiment with my camera. This image of a fish, like the ones I published yesterday, was taken at Palacerigg Country Park in North Lanarkshire. In case you’re wondering, it’s a carp!

As you can probably tell, the image was taken through glass. I thought it looked very striking and I like the detail. I have a strange feeling it was hoping I might provide its next meal.

ISO was set at 3200, aperture f4.5, focal length 32mm and exposure 1/60 of a second. The image, however, has flaws. The biggest are the reflections. Look carefully and you will see the word Canon reflected in the glass!

Even so, I hope you like the picture. I have linked it to the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the Photalife blog. Click on the badge below to visit the linky.



14 thoughts on “Staring fish in the face”

    1. I didn’t think I’d get so much detail through the glass. I’m loving my new camera. It’s producing pics of a much better quality.

    1. Now you see I was taking the shot head-on which was possibly a failing. I’ll keep your advice in mind next time.

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