Deepest apologies. Early in the week, probably Sunday, Hana and I went for a walk around the boring corporate apartment complex in which we live, purely for exercise. On the way out the door, I said “I’m going to be optimistic” and grabbed the D7000 and Nikon 36-72mm E Series. While out, we gathered a small amount of twigs and broken branches for kindling, again being optimistic that my lax boy scout skills would flare up (pun intended), and we could have a nice romantic evening in front of the fire (sans bearskin rug…).
Later, while the kindling was burning and failing to catch the logs sufficiently (not enough kindling, or maybe our previous attempts had turned the log into charcoal (they had)), I grabbed the Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 Zomb-E and tied to shoot the coals…
You can take a gander at the fruits of one day of shooting below. What happened to the rest of the days? You got me… time flies, I guess.
D7000. Nikon 36-72mm E Series, and Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 Zomb-E. No amount of post processing could get me to a decent result, but I tried some anyway.