One of the things I did while in Vermont (Stowe area) is driving around and checking small unpaved roads (with my GPS on) connected to the main highways like the 108. They all have some trees and they all have something to offer. I liked this one in particular because of the leaning tree creating almost a full arch…
Yes? Another shot from Patagonia but this time from the Argentinian side. This image is a blend of two shots, one exposed for the sky with my star tracker, and one for the foreground. The foreground shot was nicely illuminated by the Moon, hence the light in the peaks/snow. The light in the lower right (pink/orange) comes from as all town of El Chalten. The bright dot in upper left/center is some planted that with a longer exposure picked up a lot of light (well, the camera did), hence it’s overwhelming size and brightness. I actually like that a lot.
More shots from the region and info about my upcoming 2016 Autumn Patagonia Workshop can be found on my website eveningphotography.com
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