CS #671 - f/8 and be there...

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Mundane morning mountain shots. Rookie mistake, failed to reset ISO after the single light-source stuff, these were shot at 1600iso.
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And two steps sideways...
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A couple of snaps from today's local climate rally. Inspired by Gordo's theme, I tried for some candid B&W street photography, but managed only one that barely qualifies. I couldn't resist the 2nd, and I'm calling it Barney v 2.0.:D

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I haven't had much time this week, but here's a solar clock that is sitting on my desk:
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One the way back from the earlier vantage point, this was hanging out on one of my screens.
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We was both there at f/8. :bag:
 
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Is that a saltine cracker - lower left - on your breadboard?
Just in case I get hungry while I’m soldering. ;)

It’s actually a lithium battery. The board is attached to an 800mA 6V solar panel (4” x 8”) that’s taped to the inside of a window that gets a lot of sun. About 4 hours a day of sunlight is sufficent to keep that battery full. Without sun, the battery has about 3 days of juice in it.
 
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F/8 gives me the shutter speeds that result in some propeller blur that some people like.
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