The devastating wild fires that are consuming California have blanketed the state with smoke and ash. Fires are raging, largely uncontained, and smoke covers a third of the state. Although I am more than 100 miles from any of the fires, the sky is hazy and the morning light is reddish. When I took a photograph of a tiny blade of grass with a water drop yesterday morning, the sun shining through the smoky haze created a reddish aura around the droplet and the sun’s rays created a star burst that glowed red as well.
Nikon D850; 105mm Micro Lens; ISO 64; f/57; Shutter 1.3 sec.
2 thoughts on “2018—Smoky Drop”
Beautifully shot . . . and a sad commentary on California right now.
Just looked at your settings- f57? Holy cow!!!