Sony A5100 - White Goat & Bull Statue

The White Goat & Bull Statue

Patience is most important for any photographer and determination for a photo-blogger. I carried my Sony A5100 camera throughout my Navagraha temple tour and managed to capture some interesting and beautiful photographs. 

Just a thought “can all photographs be both interesting and beautiful?” At first, I thought it is not possible but it depends on one’s perception.

The two images of a goat in this post did not come in easy to me. Though this is just an ordinary photograph, I did struggle a bit to click this innocent animal.

The White Goat 

White Goat
The White Goat & Bull Statue

The photograph “The White Goat next to the statue” is a random click and taken in an auto mode. I really do not like to use the manual mode in my Sony A5100 as it is little confusing. I am good with Canon 1200D and I like the cameras with the “View Finder”. The Sony A5100 does not have one and it is my accidental buy.

No doubt, temples are the best places for photography. The surroundings throw a beautiful view to test our photography skills. I captured these two photographs in Rahu Temple in Tamil Nadu.

I could observe many flaws in the photographs when I reviewed it. There is a person’s arm on the bottom left of the photo and another person standing towards the right. There is also an object near the goat’s leg, which is also a major distraction.

The White Goat - Second Click

White Goat
The White Goat - Second Click


During the second click, the people moved away. However, there is no much difference as the distraction is still there.

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