Just a Few Patterns
About a month ago I bought myself a new point-and-shoot camera. Did I need it? No. Should I have bought it? Probably not. But this particular camera is getting amazing reviews and does amazing things. So, not usually one who has to have the newest and best of technology, I bought it anyway. I think this is probably the last point-and-shoot I'll need to purchase for a very, very long time.
Anyway, after reading the cameral manual, I discovered how to use some of the fun functions it has. One of them is a built in, modified fish-eye effect. Oh joy!
This past week, on a beautiful sunny, warm Fall day, my husband made arrangements at a tire shop for them to put some snow tires on my car. So I took the car down to the shop and spent some pleasant time standing around waiting for the job to be done. After a little while, though, I started getting a little antsy, but then I finally remembered the camera in my purse, set it on the fish-eye function and had some fun making images of the tires in the shop.
Yeah, I know. Pathetic, but I was pretty intrigued by the myriad of patterns on different tires. Just remember, these were taken with the fish-eye function. The tires aren't really deformed or damaged.