Your Challenge was to get a photo outdoors that depicts the current season. It could be anything, but you were to use Aperture Priority mode and be creative.
It's probably a bit early for normal daffodils, but there are a few popping up in our garden and I've seen several blooming out and about. Spring seems quite early this year, which is odd, because we've had quite a cold February.
I shot this daffodil just as the morning sun was tipping its rays onto the petal using my 70-200mm lens, at 200mm - so this is a telephoto shot. I set the camera Av mode, and the Aperture to f2.8. Initially I tried ISO 1600 because I am so used to the dark skies, but such a high ISO meant my Shutter Speed was 1/8000! It didn't need to be that fast. So I changed the ISO to 200 and the speed came down to 1/1250 - just right.
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