Cinco de Mayo

The troupe El Corazon de Mexico was performing at the Toledo Zoo on account of Cinco de Mayo. Me and my son were on a boys-day-out trip at the zoo and couldn’t have asked for more. Bright and sunny day, foot tapping Latino music and lovely Señorita’s dancing on the music, it was just perfect. Showcased below are some of the photographs that I took during the performance. For more photographs of the fun we “boys” had that day please visit here and here.

Now time for some rumblings. All these photographs were taken using the Canon 24 mm lens, a wide angle lens, as it was the only lens which I was carrying that day. The images below are cropped, in some case 100% crop, of the wide angle photographs. So one may possibly see some technical defects. But who cares, the photographs and the moments are captured!







Aqueous Prism

Light falling through the massive fish tanks was getting dispersed and casting a surreal and wavy rainbow on the floor of the aquarium, thereby turning the fish tank into a massive aqueous prism. I liked it. For the curious minds here is how rainbows are formed.

Dispersion of Light Rebel T3, Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM

Dispersion of Light
Rebel T3, Canon EF-S 24mm f/2.8 STM