Monday, June 28, 2010

The Lost Horizon

Shriner Mountain - Millheim, Pa.

This shot was exposed from the northern flank of Second Mountain in May of 2009 after fishing the evening rise on Penns Creek. No filters or fotoshop were used in the making of this image. I shot this one in the RAW format, but I put my pants back on as soon as I was done. I swear on a stack of bibles.

30 second exposure, f16, ISO 400, tripod & automatic shutter release. Why? Because that's how the pro's do it.

2 comments:

Chief said...

That there is a pretty picture! It reminds me of a sunset.

Wade Rivers said...

It's not nearly as purty as your framed painting of Soda Butte Creek that hangs on my office wall. It's a limited edition too - one of only ten original copies ever produced.

John Juracek keeps calling me and asking me if I want to sell it. He'll have to pry it from my cold dead fingers.