I love the feeling of coming home. Just knowing there’s a place where I’ll be warm, can be nourished, lay down. That’s like one of the best feelings in the world. I shot this while on assignment for @yamnuskamtnadv over the summer, based out of the Neil Colgan Hut while exploring the Fay Glacier Range. Even from my perch I could here the faint early morning chatter and clanging of ice axes on crampons as the climbers foggy brains tried to manage in the cold. Crispy air up there.
JUST A LITTLE
Made myself get up and get out this morning being that it had been too long since I had teamed up with the Sony and sunrise. The temperature had dropped 30+ degrees overnight, so it was chili, but it was calm enough to be comfortable.
Beech Lake at Black Bottom Creek was the chosen destination and there was still just a little hint of fall color left, but it kept itself hidden until the sun came up and shined its light on the trees. This was the last shot taken before taking it to the house.
Beech Lake, Lexington, TN, November 19, 2017
Shutter Speed: 1/40 second
Focal Length: 90mm
Sony FE 90mm f2.8 macro
Sony Smooth Reflections app > 16 shot smoothing