To get to grips with this scary sounding triangle we first had to get our heads around the aperture settings. Now, as it happens I usually use the aperture setting on my camera, so most of what Katy said about the challenge almost made sense:) In a later post mathematical equations were being banded about and they definitely made no sense whatsoever!
At f29 you can read all of the lettering on the spools.
We then had to repeat the exercise focusing this time on the centre object
So, this time at f5.6 the green spool is in focus but the spools either side are not
And just in case you thought that all this information was going in one ear and out the other (it has been known!)
On our sporting trip to Murrayfield last weekend I was able to catch the flamethrower using the Sports mode
and the sequence of a lineout, which unfortunately was about the only piece of action that happened directly in front of us. By this stage, my Irish husband, was too tense to utter anything more than the odd syllable so it was maybe just as well. His heart rate only recovered when the fact of Ireland's winning of the Six Nations Championship sank in around 10.00p.m that evening :) Sadly for me, Scotland could only gain the Wooden Spoon, so our prospects for the World Cup later this year seem rather dismal :(
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