Monday, July 26, 2010

A few seconds difference

These two images were taken last Saturday evening in Mayflower Gulch (click for a bigger version, return by hitting the back button). They are only 37 seconds apart. You can see that it pays to pay attention to the light in landscape photography because of the very different moods in the two images. There was only a window of good light of a few minutes that evening where the setting sun shone through between two layers of clouds.

I have some more images from this little outing that I'll post later. There are a lot of flowers in the high country this year.

1 comment:

  1. nice ... one of the advantages of digital is in picking that moment. I've noticed the same in the past and found with sunsets there is a "critical" best time. Digital makes getting that easier than with film :-)