Posts Tagged ‘Landscape’
The sunlight was hitting this little spot of moss just perfectly on our walk yesterday, had to snap a shot of it.
Well, I also had to snap a shot of these berries too, being the Holidays and all. I certainly enjoy shooting with my Canon 50mm II f/1.8. The little egg performs super well.
We approached this scene after fording one flooded area of the Salmon Creek Greenway Trail . The water was a bit cold and ankle deep with the first segment. So we opted out of crossing this section. But I do think I was was one of very few people that went this spot yesterday. So, this may be the only photo in this light of this scene, interesting to think about.
I’ve been reading up on HDR imaging and decided to use a bit learned from tone mapping for HDR on my standard LDR images. The wonders of photography, always learning! Oh, and breaking things.
Happy International Mountain Day!
I went up to Loveland Pass in the hopes of going for a stroll up to the top of Snikatu last night. However, the steady 70+ mph winds thwarted my attempt. It was difficult to just stand in that intensity. So, I went downslope on the southside and snagged the above photo in a steady 30 mph wind. The cold made my trigger release stiffen up.
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I got this shot one morning from the single lane bridge (Bid Eddy Rd) crossing the Columbia River in Revelstoke, BC. It was taken hand held with a 50mm. After I took this shot it rained the rest of the week.