February 19, 2004
Wrong Focus

Sometimes the auto-focus on your camera targets things that you didn’t want it to target. But sometimes it adds a completely different spin on the story you were trying to tell with it.

In this case it was intended to be a Route79 bus standing at my bus stop. Instead it turns out to be something more like winter twigs on the trees and how we all can’t wait for the Summer.

Can’t wait for the Summer.

Posted by jag at February 19, 2004 09:42 PM

Top picture, I’m sure much nicer than the bus alone would have been.

Wow, you’re really looking forward to the spring (from this and your last post)

So am I, I hate the winter

Posted by: Annie Mole on February 19, 2004 11:20 PM

Nice pic.
The leafless branches coupled with the grass lawn in the background near the bus, gives a semblance of a quaint countryside look, except that the bus-stop is a spoilsport.

Posted by: sat on February 20, 2004 03:56 AM

Yep - I’m really looking forward to reflections of a bus journey home - in daylight. So much less depressing.
Cheers - I think it is a nice pic too. Funny how the best pics are often the ones that you didn’t want!

Sat: quaint countryside: I like that!

Posted by: Jag on February 20, 2004 06:35 AM

I like such pics - full of meadows and trees, because I hardly ever get to see the evergreen side of things in my city; its always dry and brownish. My univ campus being the only solace - the only proper wooded area in the city.

Posted by: sat on February 20, 2004 11:07 AM

I’m so glad I’m not the only one whose nice pictures are the accidental ones!

Posted by: Pewari on February 20, 2004 06:56 PM

Indeed Pewari! :-)

Posted by: Jag on February 20, 2004 07:56 PM
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