This abstract image of a grainfield was a nice sidecatch to a morning spent on roe deer. The spikes looked wonderful, almost like thousands of little flames, against the light of the mid-morning sun. The light had gotten already too harsh for roe deer images, so I decided to take a go at the grainfield. I dialled in a relatively long shutterspeed and rotated the lens in its collar during the exposure. The result reminds me of a cosy fire in the fireplace during winter time.
Grainfield abstract; Canon 1D Mark III w. 500/4 IS and 1.4x; 1/30s at F22 and ISO 100; Gitzo tripod
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