Glass Lake

don't slip over the leaf or trip on the broken plank

I always love a good cliche jetty shot, couple this with a long exposure and for some reason the scene turns into something out of a dream. Maybe its the vanishing point, maybe its the lack of a boat or lack of a person, or the softness.. i dunno …

To be honest, its pretty well a lazy man's style of shot, not really pushing the envelope at all, but I still love seeing these scenes and they seem to never grow old in my head. I did try and include the leaf to provide a little catch ya attention and really spring that eye back from the vanishing jetty :) .

Exif love:
D750 coupled with 16-35mm f4 @ 16mm Aperture: f/10 and Shutter Speed: 192.2s
ISO 100
out front – Hoya CPL, Lee Graduated 0.9 Filter and the Lee bigstopper filter

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26 thoughts on “Glass Lake

  1. Cliche or not, but the photograph has a great effect. I like the contrast of the texture of the boardwalk with the silky surface of the water. And the leave is nicely sharp, adding a mystical feel to the scene. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with the #LandscapePhotography theme!!

    It's my pleasure to re-share your amazing photo to the +Landscape Photography page!

    Check out all the great photos there including yours!!

  2. great photography Gerard

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