Friday, August 24, 2012


The term cadenza often refers to the portion of a concerto in which the orchestra stops playing, leaving the soloist to play alone, in free time, and can be written or improvised, depending on what the composer specifies.

While exploring Cadenza (lovely place, btw, and beautiful for photos...I especially enjoyed floating aimlessly on the leaf while playing with my camera controls), I listened to the orchestral musings of the good citizens of Caledon.  Meanwhile, I was entertained to no end by my illustrious Caledonian workaholic.  Some people are impossible not to adore, and their solos are always impressive.

Meanwhile, HRH Queen Victoria and HRH Price Albert, check my body language for indications of WTF are you on about?
For future reference, no one who is majestic curtsies to commoners.

And in other news, playing around with depth of field settings (taken at LLP Neo) will be worth your time if you haven't discovered this already.

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