Erin and Addison admire some of the Christmas lights along their road in Crisfield.
Tommy, we always love your seasonal decorations.
Wish I had had more time to take you around Crisfield but the weather has not cooperated. We have had rain, wind (you can't shoot lights in the wind), and even fog each time I had planned a shoot. I shot all these on the run with my wide-angle lens (set at around 15 with a high ASA). No time for tripod setup. Well, I did try a tripod setup one evening but it was so wet my tripod was sinking into the ground. I normally shoot Christmas lights with my 70-200 on a tripod or at least use my 24-70 on a tripod. I love my ultra- wide-angle; always handy when on the run.
All my Christmas lights so far have been "point, hold breath, cross fingers, and shoot" shots. All you photographers know what I am talking about. If we have a nice evening, and time allows, I will bring you some better photos. But don't count on it. A storm is headed our way and my gosh, it's almost Christmas.