Guindon Park, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
November 7, 2010.
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The ponds at Guindon have been the final resting places for countless millions of leaves over the years and the waters are so full of tannins that they are almost black. Get the angle right, make use of the late afternoon November sun and the reflections of the blue skies and the results can be quite unexpected.
Sony Alpha 700, Sigma 28 to 300 at 230 mm, circular polarizer
iso 100, spot metered, F6.7, 1/30 second