Last year I wanted to get a reflection of the mountains and was unsuccessful due to the weather. Here is a picture from last year. The first time I went out this year I was able to get a good reflection but you could not see the mountains due to the dense fog.
Finally, on the third time, I got the shot!
I plan on each day this week posting a picture during my time spent out in the fog a few days ago. Here is a picture of a tree branch with a few water droplets from the rain. There is nothing elaborate about the composition but I really liked how the branch and droplets stood out from the fog in the background.
I also added a 100% crop so that you can see how much detail is in a 100 megapixel image.
Phase One IQ3-100 ISO 200 f8 1/80 Rodenstock 32mm f4 HR Digaron-W
Last weekend I took a short trip to Napa Valley and Yosemite. Napa Valley, a place that typically gets little rain, rained the entire time. Yosemite, which I expected snow, rained the entire first day and snowed so hard the second day that it made seeing anything that was beyond 100 yards very difficult. I was able to capture a few shots that I’ll be posting over the next few weeks.
At Sea part 1
One of many beautiful sunrises in West Palm Beach.
Back home, we drive by this old abandoned mobile home that sits between these 2 large trees up on a hill. Our last visit home was a dark gloomy day and felt it would be a perfect time to take a shot.