We hiked the Appalachian Trail between Hoyt Rd, on the New York/Connecticut border to Bull’s Bridge over Ten Mile Mountain. Stopping for water near Ten Mile River I noticed the sun shining through a rather dense canopy. Figured I’d try an intentional flare shot (again).
Tough to know how to meter shots like this: spot kills everything around it, center seems best and metering the entire frame kills the flare. When you want flare, you want flare.
Flickr member Boxertrixter took this excellent image of the internal infrastructure of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France with his Fuji X100T.
Other posts on the Eiffel Tower from below: Under the Eiffel Tower, Eiffel Tower from below, and Eiffel Tower from below (2).
Flickr member David Davidoff took this great shadow selfie in Hong Kong.
Race Brook Falls Trail, Southwest Massachusetts.
It was very humid and wet today but I’d not been on this trail for a while so I hiked the few miles up to the Appalachian Trail intersection.
This hobblebush plant was nicely lit and contrasty so I took a few shots of it.
My flickr contact Isabelle Wolter took this picture of what look like overlapping hosta leaves with her Ricoh GR.
Flickr member yura. took this image in Iceland with a Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Bernd Schaefers took a great picture looking up an exterior staircase at the Chocolate Museum in Cologne, Germany with his Ricoh GR.
Note the perfect exposure, sharp contrast, and great angle of view.
Flickr member yura. took this amazing image of a volcanic crater in Iceland with a Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact Liping YANG posted this beautiful image of water lily plants and their reflection.
The simple minimalism is great in this image.
My flickr contact Marser took this great night shot under a highway in Awaza, Osaka, Japan with his Ricoh GR