This afternoon there was absolutely beautiful light coupled with low lying clouds being funneled up the ravine (i think I can safely call it that – pretty serious depth and very narrow). I had traveled to these falls (Carrington) to try and find a nice location with the fall back option of just taking a cliche shot of the falls, which usually the common lookouts provide, noting that this was a first time I had been here.
The steady wind was flowing around the trees and the mist coming through the scene sporadically, the light last a few minutes and I tried a different composition to try and capture the light, mist and surrounding foliage.
3 shot landscape orientation panorama.
D7000 with Nikkor 17-55 mm f2.8 @ 17mm Aperture: f/13 Shutter 1 seconds
Hoya screw in circular polariser out front.
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