This photo was take 26 minutes after the photo in the previous post. I marvel at how the sky, the light and the colors can change so radically in such a brief period of time.
Post-processing: Shot with the Canon EOS 5D and the Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L lens at 24mm, ISO 400, shutter speed 1/100s, aperture f/20. Basic curves adjustment for contrast and saturation; color balancing for tone.
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Kathleen, I like how vulnerable the person looks, and how the perfect V of the geese is lined up directly above. Looks like a great day for shooting, and I agree--wait a few minutes and you never know what will happen to a partially cloudy sky! Wonderful work, as always.
hi,kathleen.today i just google it fromm google.com,fourunately,i find this marvelous picture which is very beautiful,perfect.
so i think the author of this picture maybe a beautiful girl.
How do the geese decide which one flies point?
Quote: "The hardest thing in life is to know which bridge to cross and which to burn." — David Russell
How many appear to be missing in that formation?
Way to catch the geese in flight. This child will grow to take wing and fly as well!