No EXIF data on this one because it is a wild HDR blend of exposures, pano stiches and focus stacking. Anyways, shot with a 650D and Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 at a ISO range between 100-400, shutterspeed between something like 1/10 to fast 1/100 for the flowers in the foreground, which fluttered pretty fast in the wind.
It’s the same tree like in my last post, but not a long exposure like the previous one and less dramatic from the point of view.
For me it is a very peaceful summer sunset and working on this image was a relaxation from the daily ups and downs…
Well, plan A for tonight was to relax after a hard week and watch the football world championship on TV.
After I saw how the sky developed short before sunset, I switched the plan to version B and visited my old friend, the lonely maple tree with the camera. Unfortunatly a car parked right under the tree, so I had to dive into the yeast field to cover it…
Decide yourself what’s better: Watching a game or go out for shooting photos:-)
Have a nice weekend!