View Large and fill that 16:9 screen with what its meant to be filled with – panorama love 🙂
A number of lessons I learnt (or re-learnt) on this day 😉 1) A camera lens continue to fog up for a good 15 or 20 minutes if it has been stored in a airconditioned room at 18 degrees then brought out in the QLD winter weather that is 27degrees (yeah thats winter lol) – and that was with only 50% humidity! doh.
2) just because its mud does not mean the oyster shells don't hurt any less when you walk on them in bare feet 😉 3) Damn mozzies in QLD are freakin insane..wear insect repellant fullstop.
I love this tree, its so photogenic, i would walk over oyster shells with no shoes to even photograph it, oh wait… i did that 😉
My last visit to this awesome spot was timed at high tide, see here:
This time it was low tide and I had 40 minutes or so to burn so I took the opportunity to get out on the mud flat and get up close to my favorite tree – rest assured, I will be back for more when the opportunity arises 🙂
I think this is a great example of image that you can take without any special equipment, this was with no filters, no polariser, no bracketed shots – it was simply the right time of day with the right light and right place.
3 shot panorama (probably should have added a few frames for some more overlap – but i was being carried away by mozzies)
D7000 with Nikkor 17-55mm f2.8 @ 19mm- Aperture: f/9.5 and Shutter Speed: 4 seconds
out front – absolutely nothing but gerry madly wiping the lens to get the condensation off it 😉
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