Gorgeous!!!! I love twilight, it has a magical light about it.
Thanks for the kind words:smile:Beautiful!
Your visit would be welcome with pleasure:smile: now, about living... I don´t know...I think the same about Missouri...:wink:Another winner, Rui...!
Forget about my coming over for a visit - I'm thinking I need to live there!! :biggrin:
Great idea, David. I´ll give it a try...There are elements of this image I enjoy and one I feel that could add to the feel and make a stonger shot. I like the sillhoutte of the rocks in the middle ground section of the image. I also like the colors in it as well. What I think could add to this image is more light or detail from the rock on the left hand side. A stobe set on rear curtain sync pointed in that direction may illuminate the rocks on the side and ground slightly allowing for some detail to come out. However, this is just a thought and maybe an experiment worth trying some night. Thanks for sharing your image Rui. Overall, it is lovely.
Thanks. I´m glad you like it.What a lovely shot!!
Oh! I feel happy knowing that!:smile:Rui...I Had To Come Back & View This "Gem" That You've Given Us! I Love It!!
Can´t wait for your pics, Mark!Wonderful shots Rui! I am going to try this at Acadia in a few weeks.
It´s rewarding to know that.How peaceful. Just what I needed after a long Monday.
Sorry... I can´t see it... the camera was perfectly stabilized during the 30sec exposure, on a sturdy tripod and using the remote and mirror up. I believe that any possible blur should also be noticed in the other elements of the shot and the movement of the moon during 30sec. (for me) is difficult to notice...That's a nice photo, but too bad for that motion blur on the moon in it.