Photographer's Note

Yesterday, on the way to work, I saw a couple of superb views. It was a clear day with a deep blue sky. I had my camera on me but didn't stop to take even a single shot. The forecast for today was as good if not better so I kept going and left it for today.

This morning I woke up earlier, I left for work earlier but those lovely views were gone. The sky was gray/white. Some high cirrus clouds were filtering in ahead of a cold front that was pushing eastward. On the way back home, though, that same cold front put up a show as the sun was waving “good bye” in the western sky. I wasn’t on a sea shore, there was no river or lake next to me, no mountain slopes or peaks on the horizon… I was on a town street when I spotted the fiery sky. It’s not the first time I see something like this and not the first time I wished I were elsewhere with a camera in my hand that moment. It’s actually a common sight for most of us but often we just walk by.

This time I said “no”. I stopped, grabbed my camera and took a few shots through the buildings and the trees lining the streets. So, what I’m proposing to you tonight is an almost common view of a sunset. The composition gave me some trouble but I think this shot is pretty good. I used a 2x zoom and in PP I removed a couple of power lines using the Clone tool. Hope you like what came out.

sabyasachi1212, stego, arjun_das, flory, veve, teutza trouve(nt) cette note utile

Photo Information
Viewed: 2724
Points: 34
Additional Photos by Iulian Rujan (Iuli) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 134 W: 120 N: 221] (838)
View More Pictures