Posted on October 23, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Sometimes it’s fun to shoot into the sun. In this shot, I got an entirely new sunburst pattern that I’ve never seen before with this particular lens.
FRISCO — A quick Tuesday morning stroll along the river in search of ice was rewarded by a fine sunrise, and, sure enough, there are shady spots where the Big Freeze has already started. It’s a great time to get out and watch the transition of the season. It may not be as showy as the initial blaze of aspen color, but mid- to late-autumn has its own treasures if you look hard enough.
The iPhone/Instagram version of the same scene.
In the shady reaches, winter is already taking firm hold.
Early morning blue-light special. I’ve noticed that the iPhone camera doesn’t always handle the UV side of the spectrum very well, so instead of fighting it, I emphasized the blue tint.
I often revisit this spot, with the giant midstream boulder as a landmark, Tuesday morning, the rock, and the trees on the right side of the stream, were picking up a glint of warm sunlight while the rest of the valley was still enshrouded by morning shade.
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