Over at Travel With Me, the topic is Picking Favourites.
To pick three fav. photographs is a daunting task, though after some rifling through my files I managed.
Naturally, such choices are entirely subjective and thank goodness the word ‘best’ is not included in the challenge.
This is a shot of my father taken sometime around ’78.
I have loads of photos of family and friends, but this has to be my favourite and so typifies my dad; relaxed, smiling and reading his paper.
It was taken with a Kodak Instamatic 110 – my very first camera – which makes it all the more special.
I’ve posted this shot a couple of times already and although it was sort of staged – I saw the birds flying toward the tower on their way home and hoped to get some sort of shot – never in a million years would I have expected to capture an Ibis in this fashion.
And last but not least ….
Without doubt, one of my favourite shots ever!
This too was a one in a million.
Riding shotgun while out to buy stock I was randomly taking photos. It was only after I uploaded this one did I notice the sign behind the cyclist. A millimetre to the right and the shot would have been meaningless.
The Most Intelligent Fuel.
Pedal power. Intelligent indeed!
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