A chilly walkabout around the Woburn estate in Bedfordshire UK
revealed a few things. A lovely mist, isolated trees and frost bitten fingers. I’ll also have to watch out when I try to take shots using the camera in -7 degree temperatures. Especially when the camera has come straight from the car and not acclimatised to the cold air. Everything gets misty and sparkly on the lens and reflects as this one did in a ethereal glow.
By the time I’d finished shooting I realised I had to do it all over again after wiping the fog off the lens. Doh. When will I ever learn?
I hope you like it.
Canon 5D mkII, 35mm TSE-II at 35mm, f/11, 1/100 sec, ISO 100. No filters used.
This shot is also available from a photobook collection called Rural mementos by redtree.me
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