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Nikon D300. Tokina 11-16 f2.8, 16mm f9 ISO 200, 1/200th sec.

Another Image from the World’s Longest Skating Rink. This time in the day and a lot closer. If you look here you can see it in my night shot of the same location.

The Prairies
Blue
winter
Blue
Rivers
Forks
Downtown

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Comments

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 5 years ago

    Great sunlight on the building, almost like a benevalent spotlight :)

  • Thanks Kalaryder, it was the last minutes of the afternoon, on a glorious afternoon.

    – Geoffrey

  • Donna Adamski
    Donna Adamskiover 5 years ago

    Great capture and lighting Geoffrey…love the porta-potties, nice touch!! LOL :)

  • Well it’s one of those things you got to have sometimes. :)

    – Geoffrey

  • MICKSPIXPHOTOS
    MICKSPIXPHOTOSover 5 years ago
    Excellent POV and I like the way the light and shadow offset each other. Well done once again, Geoff.
  • One of the things that I’ve been learning is how to see again. My ultra-wide angle lens requires a fully different approach to POV then my 24mm wide-Angle lens. I’ve been really enjoying the process. I look at these all in one lenses (like the 18-200 VR) and wonder how it affects people’s ability to see.

    – Geoffrey

  • MICKSPIXPHOTOS
    MICKSPIXPHOTOSover 5 years ago

    That seems to be an age-old question, Geoff. I remember when I read “Of Human Bondage” in high school. The characters were sitting around discussing wether peoples’ view of the things around them affects art or the art changes the way people see things. If you solve it, let me know.

  • Well what I’ve been able to cobble together is that a lens is like a tool and sometimes you need the right tool to do a job. A shot taken with f1.4 can really blur out the background. The old 50mm on a fx sensor camera is pretty much how we see. Long telephoto show us select crops. Some people would only use an ultra-wide angle of scenic look-outs and vistas. It’s learning to see again for me :)

    – Geoffrey

  • MICKSPIXPHOTOS
    MICKSPIXPHOTOSover 5 years ago
    Well, It’s working, My friend. You’re doing some excellent work.
  • Thanks :)

    – Geoffrey

  • Barbara  Brown
    Barbara Brownover 5 years ago

    Great light!!

  • Thanks, I was going to wait for the sunset to get right into the magic hour, but was there way to early. I came across this as I was nearing my adventure for the day.

    – Geoffrey

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 5 years ago

    Very nice Geoffry, love the lighting here

  • One of the things I saw was how that the light on the wood of the shack looks warm and cozy but the snow and sky contrast the warmth by looking cold and icy.

    – Geoffrey

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 5 years ago

    beautiful shot

  • thank you my friend:)

    – Geoffrey

  • David  Preston
    David Prestonabout 3 years ago

    Stunning .. :) love the way the sun catches the building ..

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