I don’t know what the weather is where you are, but I hope it’s better than it is here. It’s been raining almost continuously for a couple of weeks now, and the forecast is for more next week. I haven’t been out with the camera since the start of the month and I’m not really in the photographic mood. I only hope I can shake the gloom off soon.
This week’s image is another I shot on my last outing to Higger Tor. It’s from a wider panoramic, but for some reason I can’t seem to get the stitching with the other photos quite right yet. Despite this the single image is quite a nice scene.
It was the distant mist that first caught my attention and so I went in search of an interesting foreground to match it. Although the sun was well above the horizon and the frost melting fast, I found these rocks were still in shadow and covered with frost. I also liked the carving someone had done in one of them.
I used the Fuji X-T3 to capture the image, which I had mounted on my tripod. The lens was the Fuji 16-80 f/4.0 which was set to 16mm. The ISO was set to ISO160 (base ISO) to give a shutter speed of 0.1” at f/14.0. I also used a Kase 3 stop Soft ND Grad on the sky.
I hope you like the image and have a great weekend.