One more

Snow covered pines at sunset, Sudbury, MA. (c) DE Wolf 2016.

Snow covered pines at sunset, Sudbury, MA. (c) DE Wolf 2016.

Well, one day before the work week and the next February snow storm; so I had better get my last image from the decisive sunset moment from Friday.  This is Figure 1 and it shows the tops of four snow covered towering pines illuminated by a golden setting sun.  This might be deep in the woods but was, in fact, taken from the small park across from my house. Again I like the drama the color and the dynamic range. I think the composition could be better, somehow adhering to the Golden Rule of Thirds. However, I do like the sense of motion created by the treetops leaning to the left in the picture. All and all I am pretty happy with it and was very happy that my camera was on hand for nature’s fireworks.

Canon T2i with EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens at 70 mm, ISO 800, Aperture Prioty AE mode, 1/1000-th sec at f/7.1 with -1 exposure compensation.

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