Friday, December 5, 2014

Shooting into the Sun, December 5, 2014

Lake at Ballard Park, Tupelo, MS, USA, November 30, 2014
For many photos it is best to have the sun at your back. However, you should face the sun to best catch the light glistening off the water.  But you already knew that, didn't you?  Before I retired I worked at a college, so sometimes I fall back into tutoring mode. (This is straight out of the camera - Canon PowerShot G9).

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18 comments:

  1. Pretty capture, love the glistening water and reflection.. Have a happy weekend!

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  2. Great picture. Lately all the lakes and ponds have been white capping.

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    1. Hello Ramona,
      The day we were at the park was one of the prettiest days we've had this Autumn. We have rain this morning with predicted high of 70F.
      Hope you have a great week-end!
      Lea

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  3. Such a beautiful sky Have a great weekend!

    Shantana

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  4. beautiful capture and the glistening water is lovely.

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  5. PS. Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting.

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  6. What a beautiful photo, love the light on the water. My Skies

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  7. It's good to have these tips Lea, thank you :) Love all that shimmering sunlight on the water, it is a gorgeous photograph.

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  8. Gorgeous capture, beautiful lake!

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  9. Absolutely wonderful photo! I always love seeing the light shining on the water like that.

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  10. Wonderful sky and glimmering water. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  11. Gorgeous lighting in this photo!

    Happy Weekend,
    artmusedog and carol

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  12. Once a teacher……

    (Says one ex-teacher to another!)

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  13. Lovely sun photo – and yes, rules are there to be broken, once you master the rules….masterly broken :-)

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