Thursday, May 10, 2012


ISO 100, f/16, 1/30 second, 22mm,
  As I was dropping off my daughter this morning I looked right next to the school parking lot and found this scene. The cool overnight temperatures created some morning fog effects from heavy dew. Fog also developed from the lake which you can see creeping above the trees in the background of today's image.
  This is the first time that I have noticed hey rolls in this field. They were lined up perfectly in rows and when I positioned myself in front of this one they angled perfectly from left to right. The rows the tractor left from bailing the field lead from back to front as well.
  The sun peaking over the top of the trees on the left side of the frame just added the finishing touch. The rays were catching the morning fog and added followed the entire left side and back of the frame.
  Bracketed a few frames and was extremely happy with result when run through Photomatix Essentials and then post processed in Photoshop Elements.

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