There are some scenes you come across that just beg to be recorded, and having a camera (or a device with camera capabilities) on hand makes it so much easier. My number one rule in photography is to always have a camera with me (not always practical).
It’s occasions like these that make it so worthwhile to actually have a camera… and the more I think about it the less words I can find to express/explain anything about this image 🙂
Canon Rebel T1i | Sigma 17-50mm | 1/1000s, f/11, 50mm, ISO400
You really should click on the image to check it out in the Gallery
A bit of the background on the image: It was midday, and we were not allowed onto the seawall as some ranks of the Guyana Police Force (and maybe a few civilians) were shooting live rounds out to sea), so we had stopped and were about to turn back, when this one officer approached the one sitting on the bench, could not help but try to capture it 🙂
P.S. You may be able to read the sign on the larger version in the Gallery (it says DANGER – LIVE FIRING IN PROGRESS)
6 thoughts on “2013 Deck – Week 24”
You shot the police 🙂
I did…. I did…. shhhh!
I am not sure I would have had the stones to do this, even if I had a camera with me. Sure, they are not supposed to stop you as they are in public, but this is the GPF we talking about, and loaded up with lots of guns! Brass ones, dude, brass!
weren’t you encouraging me???
POLLUTION. only in GUYANA. Guess there is no where else for them to us as a range. Wonder what the led is doing to the sea life???
All things considered… that’s a small amount of lead…. they do have a “range” at Timehri that I heard of… as well as an indoor one at Eve Leary somewhere