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Thursday, April 19, 2007 

Keeping it simple, naturally.

To pass the time away during my lunch hour I thought I'd mess about with my 'point 'n shoot' and try and 'perfect' my macro photography skills sat on my backside in the local playing field at the corner of Dansom Lane and St Mark's Street.

I'm one of those people who can't be bothered to read instruction manuals, I like to open the box and use it. So I had to prat around until I managed to find the correct macro setting. Here's one of my more acceptable shots. I haven't bothered cropping, it's 'as is' complete with 'DoF', which I wasn't expecting to be this good.

While I was doing this I also saw the fire tenders, I counted 3, going into my place of work, the office staff evacuated outside. Hope it was nothing serious, suspect it's another illicit smoker having a drag in the loo, setting off the fire sensors. Well, the corporate powers that be will impose blanket no smoking bans on site. It is possible to comply with the forthcoming no smoking legislation , provide smoking areas and not drive the issue 'underground' methinks?

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