Generally speaking, I'm not one to advocate photographic rules, but I do think it helps to off the lens cap. - Catherine Jo Morgan
|Before Your Very Eyes|
Edward Weston took the photograph below, on the roof of his home in Mexico City in the middle of the day, he was up there taking photographs of clouds and wrote the following about it: "My eyes and thoughts were heavenward indeed--until glancing down, I saw Tina lying naked on the azotea, taking a sunbath. My cloud 'sitting' was ended, my camera turned down toward a more earthly theme..."