Tree Stump Sunset | Higley Flow | Adirondacks
I love to camp.
My favorite places to camp are ones where the campground itself lends itself to photography.
Nice scenic locations.
Higley Flow State Park worked out really well for me.
Most nights I walked down to the lake to photograph the sunset.
I like to experiment and try to incorporate different elements into my sunset photography.
I was fascinated by this large tree stump and roots along the lake shore. And I really wanted to incorporate it into a sunset photo.
Low to the ground. Almost looking up to the tree stump. The Tree stump aligns more with the horizon rather than along the ground as it would seem from standing.
I shot at a wide open aperture with the focus on the stump. This way the sky is soft.
And the soft colors are just starting to show up as they sky begins to change colors as the sun sets.
Photo details: SONY Alpha 6000. SONY 20mm f/2.8. Focal length 20mm. ISO 400. 1/50 sec. f/2.8.
Thank you for joining me on the blog today for a creative sunset photo.
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