Day 4 had the shortest shooting time, at about 25 minutes, in the lowest light I had across five days. As it happened, I spent a greater part of the morning playing with my 11 month old son, who managed to rise early that day. Best use of time, I tell you. Someone once commented (on a post I will link to soon) to the effect that the photography will always be there. So, family first. I continue to heed that wisdom.
After the festivities with my child, I wandered into a low-light area for fun. Time was short though, as I needed to be at an MCLE (mandatory continuing legal education?) lecture by 1015.
Here’s the shot that emerged as my favorite:
Triplets (but they weren’t really).