“Golden Fingers”

“Golden Fingers” - Beech and Raindrops

This photo was made the morning after my prior post. It was also a dull rainy day near Bancroft and the sky brightened ever so slightly. The effect is very visible in the raindrops that clung to the branches surrounding me.

It really shows just how different the light is at different times of day, even when the sky is overcast. While the previous image is quite cool and blue, this one is bright and warm. The location is not the same either, but the effect of the water droplets and branches was the same. Like tiny jewels hanging from the branch.

Walking through the woods that day, despite the rain, was a real pleasure and yielded many nice photos, which I will share over the next few days.

Nikon D300
Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 @ 200 mm
1/50 sec @ f/3.5 -.33, ISO 250

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