I love the textures in this image. The grass in the foreground, the reflected clouds and the sunlight capping it off at the top. Also, the shape of the clouds gives the illusion of depth to the center of the image, making it seem almost three dimensional.
I recently spent a couple days at a northern Minnesota lake doing a bit of fishing and, of course, a bit of photography. There’s something about early morning and late afternoon light on water that is hard to resist. Especially when the water is smooth and the clouds contribute to the composition.
I recently returned from a trip to South Dakota where I visited the Badlands and the Black Hills. Although this was not a designated photography trip, I did manage to get the camera out a few times along the way. As I find time to sort and develop the images, I will be sharing the results with you.
Canon EOS 5D Mk4, Tamron SP 28-75mm f/2.8, ISO 50, 42mm, f/10, 3 shot bracket.