Yesterday, for some reason, I was determined to get a photo of a barn in East Brookfield that I really love and pass on my way to and from church. I didn't remember to stop on the way to church, so I had to do it on the way home. Turns out, I had to go around the "block" three times in order to ditch the cars that were following me. I'm surprised that the people across the street from this barn didn't call the police thinking I was some kind of stalker or something. Even with three chances, I didn't get a really good shot off because, lo and behold, third time around, there was a car coming up pretty quickly in the distance. I thought I could do this all day and never be free of traffic so I went with what I managed to get. Here it is:
Later on, I was looking through my Facebook page and saw the following photo on "FotoBridge" one of the photography pages I like on there:
I found the discussion about this window sticker pretty interesting. Instead of finding the humor in it, most people fretted that it would give away that the person in this car has a car full of expensive camera equipment and doesn't mind advertising it for all the thieves to see. I guess I can see the point. I don't generally leave my camera in the car but I guess if I did, I wouldn't want this sticker to advertise the fact that I do. Still...this could have come in handy for me yesterday when I was trying to get a decent photo of that darn barn.