Steptoe Butte State Park, WA, USA
Canon EOS 5D | ISO 100 | 29mm | 1/15 sec | F/22
Same viewpoint as the previous entry — but from a wide angle perspective. Gotta justify the moniker of this blog! 🙂
Nice shot! Good job with the B&W conversion, it lends a beautiful timeless feeling to the land which has changed little over the decades. The composition and subject matter are such that your eye keeps going back and forth, moving all about the image, (that’s a good thing). Too bad your lens has a bit of a vignetting problem.
I quite like the vignetting on this shot… don’t think it detracts from it at all. At first I found it hard to judge the scale of this scene… the patterns on the ground make it feel almost like the sea… especially in the distance. Shame the sky is a little too blown out mid-left of the shot, but otherwise it’s a great image.
I think this is a beautiful photograph. I agree with the previous comment about the sky being “blown out.” The Canon 16-35 does show slight vignetting in the corners but can be corrected. This is one of my favorite lenses. Anne, you do GREAT work and are inspiring.
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