Fishing

I took this photo Sunday afternoon and found it fascinating. It was taking with my adapted Minolta 80-200 mm lens, so I was quite a ways off when I captured frame, and wasn’t sure what was going on. When I got it into Lightroom things began to make more sense. You can just make out a woman in a powered chair in front of the one holding the faux fishing rod, who looks like she is entertaining her companion. It’s a rather touching scene.

A touching scene by the Delaware River
Panasonic G7 with adapted 80-200 mm Minolta SR lens • 200 mm • ISO 400 • 1/800 sec

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