So, a while back, my sister borrowed her boyfriend's mother's camera. We took pictures all day and I got so exited over the focusing ability. Some examples!
So, naturally, I built a fort.
This is the mountain that, when you look down my street, is always there. It's so recognizable now, I don't know the name of it, but it's 'the mountain'.
Okay, so this one has a story. I heard the hummingbird before I saw it. I turned around and it had landed in my peach tree. I scooted around the tree slowly, trying not to frighten it, to get the leaves out of the shot. It got scared and flew up in the air. Just when I thought it was gone for good, it flew back down and landed in the peach tree again. I scooted around the tree, still not having a clear view of it. It got scared again and flew up, landing back down in a different spot. We repeated this process several times until finally, it landed in a clear shot for me to take. Now, I still didn't expect a perfect picture, it's head was turning so quickly and it looked like it would take off again, but I took it anyways. At the last moment, the hummingbird turned her (I think it is a girl, because of the neutral colors) head. The camera clicked and the bird flew. I saw the playback and was overjoyed. The tiny fluff on the back of her head, the leaves just out of focus, the sky so blue, I was so exited I had gotten such a perfect shot.
My cat is more photogenic than I am.