It's been a while since ive written a blog post.
Ive been busy recently shooting different things for different people and ive done a couple of jobs for a local paper too, so things keep on ticking over.
Ive also spent a fair stack of money on gear recently too that should start to pop up in posts soon.
So, it was a couple of weeks ago, I was leaving my work car park when I finally noticed a snail travelling accross my windscreen. I know, I know, I should of stopped and got the little guy off but all I could think of was the Turbo film about the snail who wanted to go fast, so I took him along for the ride home.
I took it slow and I found the limits of what he could hold onto.
I have to admit I thought it was hilarious!
I thought id take advantage of the 90mm Tamron Macro lens I have sitting gathering dust in my study. Macro is not really my thing as I hate messing around with tripods, I find it all takes too long for my liking.
So this shot was taken hand held and the focus is not quite right but what can you do.
The lens is safely back in its hiding place ready for another outing perhaps in a few months.
And Turbo; he's either living the dream after his 'live fast die young' experience or well I don't know how long a common snail lives for, maybe he died young?