Sun halo captured above Lake Superior from Wisconsin Point, March 25th, 2018.
When nature provides, I’m not going to say no.
The darkness of totality. Disclaimer: because my Sony RX100 blew out the sun, which blotted out the moon, I placed a black disc in it’s place to simulate the eclipse. What I hope to convey is how dark it got during the time of totality. The rest of the image is un-retouched.
Evening light highlights the clouds which are reflected in the still waters and enhancing the composition of light, sky, cloud and shoreline.
Center of a peony blossom.
Canon 5D Mark ll, ISO 50, 50mm, f/ 2.5, 1/8000 sec, processed in Adobe Lightroom CC
Usually, shooting into the sun is not recommended, but I kind of like the effect in this image. It’s bursting with energy, pouring it down out of the sky.
Canon 5D Mkll, ISO 100, 28mm, f/18, 5 shot bracket, Processed with HDR Efex Pro 2