When I wandered out to see if I could get a decent sky shot from our garden I found four kites circling very close together directly above the garden and very low. Of course by the time I had got the camera out with the Tamron 150-600 attached they had moved over the field and far away. I took a few shots which weren’t up to much even with the 150-600, however one of the first shots actually had the moon in it – not visible to the naked eye. You couldn’t waist that, so I made a collage with bits from two other shots and stuck it at extras. Can you see the joins . . . ??
The main shot was taken with the Sigma 10-20 at 10mm – one extreme to another for WidWed.
Thanks to Bob for hosting Wideangle Wednesday.