When we reached Lake Stellisee at this September morning we’ve met countless other photographers. Some of them had spent the night in the cold. They told us in the morning they got up in a frozen sleeping bag. The temperature was cold but the shutter of the camera was burning when the sunrise was painting a wonderful panorama at the Matterhorn (4478m)
How's this? Me as an angel? Oh no, you say. You're right. The phenomenon is called a Brocken Spectre, and occurs in low light on misty mountains. That's Mt Ossa in the background, Tassie's highest mountain. This was fun.
There's a lot of things that couldnt be describe by lines of sentences, but if you captured a moment in the exact time, images could speaks thousands meaning. Like this dazy japanese struggling walks home after spend quite sometime in a sake stall
The lighting was just too good to pass up an opportunity to shoot the typical postcard shot of the Upper Cascades. While the exposure was perfect, the water was less than ideal which makes this much less successful of an image than it should have been. But that is what landscape photography is all about...dealing with what is presented at the time.
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