sneaky sunday sunrise sessions
Perched upon a sweet looking headland was this rather large residence with a private access door right onto the rocks – with the white fence to prevent potential intoxicated guest from meeting a bad end at the foot of the cliffs..must be a hard life ;)
The fence was not looking much chop by it self howeverwas working hard to bring something to life with it. I opted for a some pano and sky action thinking that the sky and that cool weather worn door could work. Doors never fail, just about any shot of a door works..that said, its gotta be one of my first :)
Rodney can be seen here in his trademark white socks photobombing my shot as usual ;) although he does add a point of interest.
7 shot panorama, non bracketed, i was feeling lazy and hoped the awesome sensor on the D750 woudl come to my rescue in the highlight department.. which it did :)
Techie exif data love..
D750 coupled with Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 @ 16mm Aperture: f/16 and Shutter Speed: 1/2.5s
Out front: Lee graduated filter (0.9x) adjusted to all kinds of funky angles to bend around the building…. and of course Rodney and his white socks …