Okay, I’m done with the sky.
For the last couple of days, I’ve been taking pictures of flowers, to see how the macro function works on the IXY. It’s pretty good. Not stunningly great, but better than a cell phone camera, and that’s all I can hope for.
So behold, the shy, dainty flowers of Yamasa. (Okay, some of them are weeds, but the still looked interesting to me, and it was something to do in-between classes!)
I like the detail on the left flower. The right flower is out of focus. A weak point of the IXY’s macro mode.
It’s a little head-on and bulls’-eyed, but I liked this flower. The IXY did a decent job, considering I was hand-holding the camera.
The IXY did a good job with this weed/plant, too.
And finally, a shot of the South Okazaki Hospital sign/top floor, with lots of power lines in the way:
Next up is a story about my trip to Nagoya Castle. Good times.