#119 The Moon Is High

October 26th, 2010


The Moon Is High

The sky is wide

After all these years

I’m still astounded at how clear the air can be of an evening in Wyoming. The light of the sun takes on this glow a few minutes before it goes below the horizon and gives even that industrial building on the hill a kind of calm and solemn dignity.

¤ ¤ ¤

To photograph a nearly blank sky is not especially hard. It’s not hard at all to set the proper exposure, but you do get to see every speck of dust on your lens and sensor. Three cheers for digital dust removal!
Rating 3.00 out of 5

One Comment

  1. Heidi Says:

    “a kind of calm and solemn dignity”… Thank you for those words today. I need them.

Please Leave a Comment


Site contents copyright ©2017 Walter Hawn. All Rights Reserved.
"The Daily Photograph™" is a trademark of Walter Hawn
I've modified Lloyd Armbrust's unTheme for WordPress.