Exif data

Title: In the eyes of a child
Camera: D200
Capture date:26/08/07
Image file type: RAW (16 bit)
Lens: AF-S DX 18-200 f/3.5-4.5G VR
Aperture: f/8
Focal length: 200mm (300mm equiv.)
Shutter speed: 1/125s
Shooting mode: Aperture Priority
Exposure comp.: –
ISO: 800
White balance: Auto
Flash: No
Cropped?: No
RAW converter: C1 Pro (v3)

In the eyes of a child

I had an amazing time in London visiting friends, apart from getting a parking ticket which cost me £200 quid!

I can't stress this enough. The signposting for parking in and around Canary Wharf is a shambles. The sign showing that we needed a parking permit was first of all mounted on a fence low to the floor. This was also mounted on one side of the entrance way to the estate so if you entered from the right you missed it and it was partially hidden by trees. Needless to say I am not impressed and have appealed to the common sense of the borough in an attempt to reclaim my fine. I expect very little back…

If you plan to visit London and take your car, think twice, is all I can say. In fact, unless you really have to, I would avoid the place altogether.

Anyway, away from all that, here is a shot I always liked from the Wedding of Rachel and Jey, friends of ours from Kent. I love the expression of the little girl. See what you think.