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Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer...Psalms 19: 14
My husband who is a fantastic scrabble player was watching a football game today, consequently I played a game by myself pretending to be two players..
I used two tile racks... one on my left and one on my right.. I ended up getting 411 points on my left side and 261 points on my right:) The left side definitely had better tiles all the way through while the right side fell behind:)
I very much love Scrabble ... for me it is a very calming game. Not everyone cares for it as it is slow going and takes a lot of thought.. I feel it is worth it to learn new words from the Scrabble dictionary that I had never heard of before.
I did a manual focus on my self portrait and this time it was a little easier as I pre-focused on the letters of the Scrabble game box to get a sharper focus before setting the self timer... there was not too much light in the room outside of the lamp behind me and a candle on the table.
Existing Light ...No flash
Focal Length 32 mm
F-Number F/ 10
Exposure time 1/10 sec.
ISO Speed - 800
Exposure program manual
Self-timer, camera on Tripod
In the Playing Scrabble photo essay.
Also by Andrea Petersen
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