The light was so pretty on the Japanese Maple out front this morning, I grabbed my camera and took a few pictures.
One of them turned out really nice. Lovely bokeh and everything.
And then...I looked at a full screen version. OH NO! The ISO was still set to 3200 from when I was taking pumpkin carving photos indoors yesterday. Waaaaah. :-(
It was still a pretty photo but MAJOR grain in the nice, blurred background. Sigh.
So I went back outside, with my ISO set properly this time, and took more photos. Of course, none of them was *quite* as good as the first one. But I'm sharing one here anyway. To remind me that it's just not going to be the perfect photo every time. :-)