Good to get back to blogging. Last week I had issues with my satellite internet (my daily “allowance” seemed to just fade away into the big, black hole, and had to stay off the internet until the service company could get it back on track), then my last art show of the year, from Thursday evening until late Saturday night. So I’m hoping to be a bit more regular with posting. The only gliche is that I’m beginning to work on a rather interesting and time-consuming photography project that I will share with you as I have the time.
Anyway, today’s post features another set of images captured recently in dense fog, at a local Missouri Conservation Area in my kayak. This set of images focuses on the landscape … at least what can be seen! Here are a few images:
As the morning progressed, the sun began to “shine”:
That morning seemed like one of those days you needed a roadmap just to navigate around the small lake!
Photographic Equipment Used:
- Canon 7D Mark 2 body
- Canon 100-400 mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 IS lens
- Handheld from the kayak, with IS “On”
- ISO ? (I’m writing this blog remotely and don’t have the info with me)
- Aperture f/5.6
- Shutter ? (I’m writing this blog remotely and don’t have the info with me)