Getting the subtle colours out of a sky opposite the now setting sun isn’t easy…. but I think I caught this one at the right time…
In the distance is a Koker and boat offsetting the foreground rock, the rock shows some of the warm light of the setting sun coming through the clouds to the back of me.
I often think to myself that if I keep revisiting the same spots then I’ll not find new photos to add to my collection, but although I do come away with many similar photos that often never see the light of day, I do get one or two that are different and worth sharing 🙂
Canon 60D | Sigma 10-20mm | 10mm, 1/60s, f/5.6 | Lusignan, E.C.D, Guyana
Click on the image to see it in the Gallery with the other images from this year’s Deck Project.
4 thoughts on “2013 Deck – Week 27”
I have walked the same route every morning for the last 6 months and I can say, from experience, that I see new stuff everyday. I think you look and understand an area, you can find new stuff to shoot for a long time.
Knowing these things doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be said, but sometimes, re-uttered to reinforce 🙂
Beautiful shot Mike. Love the colors.
Thanks Aunt Rose. I think it came out quite nicely.