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Wow, that's nothing short of spectacular. WAY TO GO! Wish it were mine...but I've 'got' the Mogollon Rim.Thanksgiving EveView attachment 189643
WRS 1250 | IQ4 150 | Zeiss 350/5.6 Tele-Superachromat | f/11 | 2 min Automated Frame Averaging
It's been a while... Conditions tonight were crystal clear with little to no wind, and with work slowing down for the long weekend and the buildings on the Embarcadero lit up for the holidays, I decided it was time to visit my muse. Best wishes to all for Thanksgiving - 2021 has been a tough year but there's still much for which to be thankful.
I just came across this wonderful pic you took Joe. So adorably cute! I could be their twin....as at that age I too had fire red hair and a face full of freckles. In those days though I think the only pics of me were in B&W. Besides that, there wasn't a a National Redhead day back then .
Thank you John! Do you ever just look at something too long and lose a vision for the image? I think that has happened to me on this. I had a certain pre-visualization of the shot and the sky and that evening turned out to be nothing like that. I have struggled salvaging something I find pleasing.Hi Greg,
I think the sliver of sky in this second image is just the right amount to frame the rest of the image - more would be a distraction with no additional value added, less would feel too constraining. The first image feels incomplete (perhaps un-anchored) without it. Sometimes I find that the horizon close to the edge adds a nice tension to the image. Lovely image, regardless.