Reckon this better be the last of this series - 3 sundown shots in a row could be seen as being a little predictable, and that's something I try to avoid like the plague.
Well sunset one had the sun in it, the next was a good few minutes after, so the sky turned blue and this was bang in the middle.
The sun just disappeared below the horizon, I saw it sink through a 300mm lens (naff shots of that though - need a crisper long lens, but they are too expensive!), then you were just left with an incredible red/orange glow where the sun had once been.
Quickly changing to the 15mm again, I got this one amongst many others
Back to architecture or landscapes tomorrow - promise
|Camera:||Canon EOS 10D |
|Lens:||Sigma 15-30EX @ 15mm |