The view from my room at the Lake Nakuru Lodge, overlooking Lake Nakuru in the distance. We left Masai Mara at 7 am and arrive at the lodge about 6 pm.
When I was in Alaska recently, I decided to try panning blur landscape shots, with little success. I think my shutter speed was too fast. This is the only shot I really liked. The sun was low on the horizon behind a grove of birch and fir trees. The first image is out of the camera, with some cropping, and gives a sense of the actual lighting. The second version of the image is colder, the third is warmer. Do you have a preference?
I am spending two weeks in North Pole, Alaska, about 20 miles from Fairbanks. When we landed in Fairbanks yesterday, the sun was setting.
This morning it is sunny and -17 degrees Farenheit. (-26 C) I think I will stay inside and enjoy the beautiful view from my sister’s livingroom.
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