I took a lot of pictures (with the simple family camera without a tripod unfortunately) and I nearly cried (not really but it was sad) when most of them came out blurry when I copied them onto the computer.
a bucket list is a list of things you want to do, places to visit, see, experience, at some point before you die. so i mean i hope i get to go there eventually. from the thumbnail i thought it might be a fractal image of some sort, but the fact that its a canyon or w/e is awesome.
That is incredibly amazing. The square format really suits it well, and the lighting just makes the whole thing so gorgeous.
(And I have had that happen, too, where I've taken a whole lot of photos at a particular location and gotten home to find out they were all blurry. Soooo frustrating. I actually cried a little, one time. Of course, there are also the times when I think I'm taking great photos and upload them to discover that noooo, I'm crazy, and they all are crap compositionally. )
very true! For me, pictures look better in the camera when you shoot it because the image is very small when displayed on the camera screen -- then when you upload the photos and take a good look at them, half of them don't look half as good as before