This is what sunset in the forest looks like. I found a clear patch of space and shot this little group of trees which was hit by the very last light on the horizon. I had to head back a couple of meters to frame it nicely with my telephoto lens. Autumn is sooooo good for woodland photography. So go out and explore the countryside!
Canon EOS 6D
Canon EF 70-200 f4L
ISO 100, f8
2 exposure bracketing
A nasty cold kept me from catching the first snow of the season. But I just got a new to me lens in the mail that I really wanted to try out. With a snotty nose and a little determination I made it out to the lake to reshoot a composition from just before the snow.
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f/8 1/50 iso 50
EF 24-85mm usm
f/8 1/2 iso 100 @ 79mm
ef-s 18-135mm is stm
Sunday morning was one of the prettiest sunrise I’ve seen in months! Banks of mist, pastel tones, pink sky and a bit of frost on the ground. Such a perfect vision. It was better with the wolves of the park howling as the sun rose on the Lesse Valley. Truely special moment that gave me goosebumps, not only because it was freezing cold. .