This is a recent addition to my Under the Falling Sky series, taken during an early June stay at our cabin in Wisconsin. I never tire of photographing the sunsets from our cabin on the eastern shore of (North) Sand Lake. This could really be subtitled “Lazy Man’s Landscape Photography” since all I have to do is step out the door, set up my tripod and shoot. The hardest work is in setting up the tripod. There have been evenings when I’ve simply set up my camera, composed the shot and then gone back inside to wait for the light – sometimes it happens, sometime it doesn’t.
On this evening the light did happen… This is a five second exposure taken with a 24mm lens on a Nikon D810 where you can just see a bit of movement in the clouds, the streaking that long exposure photographers love.
Under the Falling Sky No. 22, (North) Sand Lake Wisconsin