Sunday, May 07, 2006

Water in take: Looking West

Water intake: Looking West, by Mary Stebbins, click on image to view larger.

This was taken in CANADA. Near St. Catherine's. Posted by Picasa

6 comments:

moo said...

My other comment yesterday on BP that didn't come out was that I reckon if you use the graduated density filters you would get a better exposure more consistently for the foreground instead of a silhouette. But in this case it is perfect.
I love this scene! Love to hear the waves lapping too!
I wish I had been down to the coast to get some pictures of water. I just havn't had time.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I left the graduated neutral density filter in Detroit--DUH!

But yes, it would make the sky darker relative to the foreground which means the foreground can be lighter without washing out the sky. Our eyes can see it that way but the camera cannot. (Dumb camera!)

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I do hope you get down to the coast soon--did you get those bluebells yet?

moo said...

I got a few yesterday in the rain but havn't put them on the computer yet. I am not excited at the thought of doing so. I think they look better with a bit of sun.
I have to go to work today boohoo
:~(

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

WAHN! SO sorry you have to work!!! Playing is so much more fun! LOL!

Hope you get those bluebells in the sun while they are fresh!!!!

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