Spring Cleaning is an imminent threat, and the long overdue sunshine is pointing out every pile of dust and cobweb hidden for months by the overcast skies. It isn’t prudent, I suppose, to document my shortcomings as a housekeeper. However, my intense interest in photography trumps any embarrassment I might have about the webs and dust in my home, especially if those webs and dust offer an opportunity for a photo of the day. Today’s case in point: the window over the front door has always been a challenge to keep free of cobwebs because it is so high up. The bottom of the window is at least 13 feet from the floor and since I am not one to climb ladders (even 2-step step stools cause my knees to quaver) the cobwebs that collect in and around this window tend to stay there and collect their own dust.
The Sunny f/16 rule seemed to work in this situation.
Lens at 300mm