Three Worlds

I like "three world" of M.C. Escher.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Worlds

 

I did visit the pond where a skunk cabbage bloomed on May .

The cold pond which meters above the sea level 2,000m have.

I discovered the silhouette of the Milky Way and the forest at the same time.

 

Three dimensions coexisted.

 

Only by one shot (None Composite )

 

SIGMA 24mm F1.8 EX DG ASPHERICAL MACRO

Nikon F → EOS conversion adapter

 

photography method    

(1)First setting is bulb mode and ISO6400

(2)Next setting is F1.8(aperture ring scale →F1.8)

(3)Next is focus setting on the star(focus ring scale→∞)

(4)Shutter ON

(5)50 sec exposure

(6)Change it for F22 (aperture ring scale → F22)

(7)Change focus into a flower(focus ring scale →macro)

(8)Light up the flower with an LED(2~4sec)

(If wind is strong, flash bulb of the other camera)

(9)Shutter OFF

 

The Milky Way which is reflected on the surface of the water.

The reflectance is only 20%.

Fresnel equations.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fresnel_equations

 

It is 4 times need for the exposure time.

I used the F1 .8 lens newly.

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Taken on May 15, 2010
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