Foggy - Bibra Lake
I spent this morning down at Bibra Lake taking some photos and testing out my new 70-200mm F4 L lens. I arrived just as the sun was about to pop up over the horizon, and it was freezing. I set up my camera and started shooting as the fog was slowly rising, and was being lit up from behind by the sun as it crept above the horizon. It felt good to be out and about shooting photos, even if it was only 7 or so degrees. It had been a while.
The attached image is 7 photographs shot with the Canon 5D MkII and 70-200 F4 L – stitched together in PTGui Pro.
I’m not too sure about this one, which is why I posted it up here on the blog. It’s currently sitting in the ‘maybe’ folder on my desktop. I like the different layers of colour from the foreground up to the sky, but i’m not too sure about the simplicity of the overall composition.
What do you guys think?
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