I'm still going through my horse photos from a few weeks ago.
She asked for a few to post in 'for sale' ads.
I took over 200.
It's a sickness, I tell you.
What did I learn from this shoot, besides the fact that I take way too many photos, which actually isn't something new?
1. My 50mm lens rocks. It was on this shoot that I discovered my 70-300 zoom - my favorite - was sick. It's now off in the Nikon hospital, getting its focus mechanisms repaired. I miss it, but its absence forced me to lean on my little 50, and it jumped at the chance to prove to me what it could do!
2. I learned other things about courage and stepping out of my comfort zone, but I already wrote about those in Long Hollow, so on to #3.
3. Horses like to play... with actual horse toys! Who knew?