Thursday, March 17, 2011


Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS, Tamron 28-80 lens @ 51mm, ISO 100, Single Exposure HDR, f/4.5, 1/1000 sec.
  With temperatures in the 30's last night, fog was in order this morning with the sun rising and the temps going up fairly quick. The fog was so thick that it allowed the sun to rise and be viewed as a round disc behind it.
  I was actually at work when I grabbed my camera and went outside to catch this wonderful light.  There is a Cherry Tree right outside the main entrance that just bloomed a couple of days ago and it provided a bracket around the foggy scene.
  Processed this as a single image HDR in order to try and pull some detail out of the dark foggy area. Ended up getting some great color above the fog.  Took several shots that achieved a reflection of the sun on the water but they were overblown and way too bright above.


  1. OK, this is exquisite! The way the horizon of the sky and the water kind of blend in so harmoniously that you can't really see where they merge is incredible Jerry! GREAT color, love the sun there! Awesome.

  2. I agree with the Toad. Very nice image. Very minimalistic and serene.

  3. Thanks so much guys. Lucky enough to carry my camera everywhere, even to work.