Some people from a local photo club wanted to know why I have so few images of this bridge. So in order to raise the bar a bit, I'm trying to show the bridge with lots of things happening to it all at once. So when the rare coincidence of low fog and high clouds looks like it might occur, I'm off to the bridge. This is more like how it feels to be here.
After shooting a nice red sunset filtering through the mist, the clouds opened up and I lucked out! The intentionally overexposed moon was actually a very small thin crescent at 20mm, but the overexposure and movement over 2 minutes makes it look much larger and more full than it really was. I've commuted from the sun into the fog many hundreds of times, but it is better to watch it happen from here.
I am in a study at nearby Stanford University for an injection to cure my little finger (er um... 'pinky' according to Koen!), which is getting bent by a disease related to my ancestors being from Scotland! It must be the loch water or something, lol. Anyway, I will be away again from EPZ after this Thursday for a couple of weeks. So I'll try to catch up over the next couple of days.
2 minute exposure @F8 with ND grad 0.9
|Camera:||Canon EOS 5D |
|Lens:||Canon 17-40L @20 |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|