The targets I'm mostly using are these 60cm Portsmouth targets, shot at 18m distance during the winter. Each colour has two rings. The central circle is worth 10 points, and every circle outside that is worth a point less.
The last time I shot, I scored 527/600, with an average of 8.81/10. That means the bulk of my shots are hitting the yellow.
Not really sure where this goes, but an enjoying it a lot. Can't wait to get to shooting outdoors at larger distances again!
A few weeks ago Deb and I took a trip to London to see a show. As we were walking around, as we do, we saw some very interesting buildings.
Last week I was in my building walking to my desk, and saw this out of the window. It's the plaza in front of the Station House building where I work. This is about 7:20 or so in the morning.
It's lovely to finally be getting some snow. These pictures were taken before the sun rose, and show off the low-light capabilities of the camera on my phone. It was dark enough that I'd have struggled to see with the naked eye. In the photo at the bottom, you can just make out in the center of the garden the splash of light coming from a window.