Chew on that if you can!
Looking down I saw what was not evident looking up. Similar, but not the same.
Another outing to perfect my long exposure settings. This image was taken with a solar filter that I used for photographing the eclipse last year.
ISO 100, 200 mm, f/11, 60 sec
I’m working on getting an image for an upcoming photo submission that needs to be a long exposure. This is not quite what I was hoping for, but it’s a good start.
On a whim, I took a short drive on a snowy day to see what I might see. Snow was falling, the temp just barely above zero and large chunks of ice were floating on Lake Superior. As I drove along a gravel road, the snow dusted shrubs caught my attention.
Canon 5D S, Canon 50mm 1.8, ISO 50, f/2.2, 1/640th sec.
The cold has tightened it’s grip upon the land and is making every effort to smother everything in it’s path. I get shivers just looking at this image.
First print of what will be a series of 10 images from this project.