Sunday, March 16, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Parade

It was a chilly day for the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. This year they placed caution tape down each side of the street, to keep people from running into the street and this year the floats were not allowed to toss candy into the crowd.  The parade started at noon and wasn’t even half way done by 1:30 when I left.  The parade wasn’t very lively, they needed more music, excitement or something, though I bet the overcast chilly day didn’t help.  

The day was very overcast and gray.  However I did get some OK shots.  I shot at an ISO of 200 on aperture priority set at 9.0f.   All the shot were taken from a sitting position on the cold hard curb.  You can see all the pictures here "St. Patrick's Day Parade"

1 comment:

  1. Nice job capturing some interesting pictures. Thanks for sharing.


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