Wednesday, April 15, 2015

It Had to Be Snakes

One great thing about shooting with a prime lens is that the wide aperture allows freehand shots even in low light conditions.  It's a nice way to focus on details, such as this stone snake in front of the Temple of the Forbidden Eye.  One of many, it seems to watch for intruders, symbolic of the giant cobra that lurks within the temple.  That one is a lot tougher to photograph, but outside, with a lens like my 28mm f/1.8, the task is a lot simpler!

A cobra guards the Temple of the Forbidden Eye.

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