I was coming home the other night and decided to drive through the industrial park, which is located a couple of miles from my home. I came that way because it was during the golden hour of light and I had seen a windmill behind a building a couple of weeks ago.
So I grabbed the D700 with the Tamron 70-200mm F2.8 and walked the foot path down to the windmill to see if there was anything worth shooting. Much to my delight there was also a nice pond just below the windmill and so it set up a very nice shot.
I was too lazy to walk all the way back to the car (about 1/2 mile) to get my tripod (which I should have done) but hand-held the camera and took about 35 images of the pond and the windmill.
I like the way it turned out but was thinking it might have been a better shot using bracketing and HDR imaging. Maybe next time.