Posts Tagged ‘sunset’
1/80s, f8, 400ISO, autoWB, 38mm.
The sun sets through clouds over shrubs and goldenrod.
1/400s, f6.3, 1600ISO, autoWB, 38mm.
Today was a long day spent driving with stressful conditions. Once we got to Montreal we got stuck in traffic and then more snow kept falling. With more people there were more cars off the road. We were relieved to be back in our own province in the afternoon. We decided to stop out of hunger in Brockville but then when we got back on the 401, we were stopped by the Mallorytown ONroute for an hour in the dark which was frustrating (among other things). After we turned around, we ended up detouring on highway 2 and did eventually reach home before midnight. And we may have decided that we were truly mad for taking a road trip in the winter.
1/250s, f6.3, 1600ISO, autoWB, 42mm.
The sun finally came out and was seen setting over the scrap metal dealer at Jane and Dundas West (Toronto).
1/60s, f4.5, 100ISO, autoWB2, 94mm. P7100
After a warm day, it rained from every direction starting this afternoon and into the night.
1/160s, f8, 100ISO, autoWB, 20.1mm. P7100; RAW adjustments made
Back at home, the crops (this one was soybeans) are coming off on fields near our place.
1/200s, f11, 1600ISO, autoWB, 32mm.
I stopped at the top of a hill today and the sun was setting behind these oaks. On Ferguson Hill Road, the nearby field and trees are going be turned into a gravel pit.