Friday, September 07, 2012

Weekend Reflections - Fiery

Andy | Friday, September 07, 2012 | Best Blogger Tips

The reason for the red glow is that the sun was setting behind me. Having the shutter opened for twenty seconds is the reason for the hazy or fiery reflection. I'm linking to Weekend Reflections.

17 comments:

  1. That's a lovely end to any day Andy. Clever photo.

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  2. I think the reflection is a little dull but the color and atmosphere is breathtaking. Nice one Andy.

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  3. I have just begun to seriously work with shutter speed....this is wonderful...if I'd known you were out there I snapping photos I would have invited you in for tea ;)

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  4. I don't know about the reflection, but that fiery glow is amazing! I may have to try this with my camera. I am guessing you used a tripod. :)

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    1. You are right. Long exposures work best with a tripod. You can also set your camera on something steady.

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  5. I could tell right away this was a long exposure. It turned out pretty good Andy.

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  6. Such a lovely, peaceful reflections, Andy! I love it! Enjoy your weekend!

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  7. Wow that is pretty!What a marvelous home.

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  8. This looks to be the perfect place to spend a summers evening. Your photo conveys the peace and warmth of this place.

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  9. Such beautiful lighting on this exquisite landscape!

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  10. You've captured a beautiful soft evening effect and what a pretty location ... I'd like to spend a few days there.

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  11. Nice one! I've seen your comments often at Meandering.... didn't realize you posted from Pickering. I was raised down the 401, Kingston, but made my way west many years ago.

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  12. I love this red twilight rounding the house...

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  13. Oh, WOW! Just love all that warm glowing color.

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