Don’t you just hate it when you’re waiting for that right moment, or that right subject, but you just missed it by a split second. It happened to me recently, while waiting for some pelicans to face me, or fly somewhat toward me, I so happen to spot a sea hawk, fly overhead coming in from the opposite direction.
I was lucky enough to be able to spot it right away once I brought my camera up, but it was too little too late. It had lunch on it’s claws too.
I did get the pelicans though, but that will come on a separate post. So, has anyone else had this sort of missed chance at getting a great shot? Comment below and tell us your story.
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Well, Toronto got spared from most of the snow that is hitting the US and Canadian east coasts. The same could not be said for Niagara Falls, which already got 5-10″ and is still expecting another five more inches overnight.
These two pics (above and below) were caught with my Samsung S6 while on my way to troubleshoot issues at a branch office.
Here’s a totally random photo… I cooked myself a quick dinner in 25 mins after I got home somewhat late and everyone had already eaten. Recipe below…
Hard boil an egg (if you prefer).
While the egg is boiling, coat your pork chop with a 1 egg white and 2 teaspoon lemon juice mixture, then lightly coat top and bottom of Pork chop with a prepared mix of flour, salt, pepper and a bit of baking soda (I don’t know the exact measurements…but approx. 2 tbsp flour, 1 tsp baking soda and salt and pepper to taste) Fry on medium heat in a preheated pan with canola oil, approx 5-6 mins/side. (The oil should be bubbling and surrounding the pork chop to ensure you brown the batter)
When your boiled egg is cooked (approx 15 mins), drain excess water with enough left in your pot to prepare ramen per package directions. The water should still be boiling hot, so you can toss in the noodles right away! Add greens (bok choy!) If you wish just before the noodles are cooked.
Place your cooked ramen in a bowl, add a slice of process cheese on top. Add hard boiled egg and your sliced pork chop to complete your dish.