Some Other Time

some other time

The title of this was lifted from my iTunes library, a common place to find titles for images I cant imagine one for. A great jazz song performed by Bill Evans. Anyways, this is another image from my trip to Korea earlier in the year. You may recognize the birds which are the same seagulls from a previous desktop which was a favorite for a lot of readers. This was a ferry that took cars to and from an island I visited. One of the attractions of it is bringing along crunchy, shrimp flavored snacks and throwing them to the seagulls which circle the boat as it travels from shore to shore. It was a beautiful ride as you can see, the sun was setting and it made for a number of really nice photos. For anyone wondering that is YoungDoo there also taking photos of the birds in the sunset. You can see she also has one of those great Souldier camera straps that I love so much.

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  1. Carlos Cabezas - September 12, 2010 at 3:09 am

    Very Nice Picture,,,,, What was the setup of the camera?

  2. john - September 12, 2010 at 5:03 am

    Do you mean what f-stop and shutter speed and all this? It was shot with a 5D paired with a 35mm 1.4L lens probably shot at iso50 with a 1.4 aperture…

  3. Aaron - September 13, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    Great shot, John! Love my Souldier strap as well. I get tons of compliments on it all the time. Thanks for that recommendation!

    Be well.

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  5. Matt - January 13, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    just noticed this –

    Have a look at the image they used….

  6. John - January 13, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    Matt, hehe well look at that, sure enough! Looks like they just used the wallpaper image they had been using that moment or a photo from their photo folder without thinking much about it. Funny though and hey! Nice catch! I’ll have to leave a little comment over there, set things straight ;)

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