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Once again, this is the Ravine Lake in Cottage Grove from last Saturday. The intention was to show the cloud movement, but the added bonus was the movement from the lake grass in the foreground. The wind was most certainly cold, but apparently it was stiff, too, and enough to keep the grass moving constantly during the 15 second exposure. This extra movement, in my humble opinion, makes the image just a bit colder than if they had remained still. Maybe it’s just me! Maybe it’s cold enough without it!
Hopefully, while you’re looking at this image, I’ll be on my way back home from Houston, TX. Mixed results in Houston. Got some decent pics, but also got a hold of some Chinese food that kept me in the hotel room for most of the day yesterday. In case you missed the Facebook, Google+ and Twitter posts last night, here’s a link to a 4 shot panorama of the Houston skyline taken from the Buffalo Bayou Park on Allen Parkway – love the car lights in this shot! Will share more next week! Wish I could bring the 60 degree weather home with me!
- Aperture: ƒ/18
- Camera: Canon EOS 60D
- Focal length: 17mm
- ISO: 100
- Shutter speed: 15s